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1 Short Nonfiction Collection 9,711 161:50:16
2 1940 World's Greatest Books 5,157 85:57
3 Beacon Lights of History 2,626 43:46
4 1882 Atlantis Antediluvian World by Donnelly 1,114 16:54:28
5 1909 History of Freedom 1,020 17:00
6 1912 Popular History of Art of Music
890 14:49:48
7 1874 Modern History 859 14:19
8 1902 Story of Books 820 5:00:36
9 1921 Story of Mankind
811 13:30:42
10 1901 History of Dogma V1
651
10:51
11 1902 BOOK OF NATURAL HISTORY 550 9:10:11
12 1896 50 Famous Stories Retold 522 3:22
13 1922 Historical Tales V.I
517 8:36:24
14 1891 Popular History of Art of Music From Earliest Times 515 8:35
15 1908 Ancient Law 491 7:51
16 1922 Short History of World 491 8:11
17 1893 Illustrated History of Furnature 423 7:03:13
18 1930 Social History Smoking
422 7:01:35
19 1940 History Of Ancient Civilization 407 6:47
20 1890 Ruins, or, Meditation on Revolutions of Empires & Law of Nature 404 6:44
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21 1880 Memoirs Popular Delusions 401 6:41
22 1865 Domestic Animals History & description of horse, mule, cattle, sheep, swine, poultry & farm dogs: & directions for management, breeding, dairy 342 5:42
23 1909 Text-Book of History of Painting 318 5:18
24 1887 Ten Great Events in History 291 4:51
25 1892 Chess History & Reminiscences 272 4:32
26 1913 History of Freedom of Thought 230 2:50
27 1908 Chemical History of Candle Lectures 181 3:01
28 1912 History of Modern Philosophy 177 2:57
29 Historical Newspaper Articles V.2 174 2:53:18
30 1919 Book of Halloween 165 2:45:09
31 1849 History & Practice of Art of Photography 159 2:39
32 1930 Dress Design: An Account of Costume for Artists & Dressmakers 151 2:30:07
33 Strange Stories from History for Young People 130 2:10
34 1906 Law-Breakers & Other Stories 125 2:05
35 1899 History of Nursery Rhymes 117 1:57
36 1895 Child Life in Art 104 1:43:27
37 1750 - 1850 Umbrellas & Their History 77 1:17
38 1913 Teaching of History
66 1:06
39 Alphabet of History
59 0:58:26
40 1967 Origin & Early History of Fashion Plate 52
41 1899 Child's Primer Of Natural History 20 20Min
1 Short Nonfiction Collection by VARIOUS 2,427,750W 9,711P 161:50:16
2 World's Greatest Books By Arthur Mee 1875 - 1943 1,289,250W 5,157 85:57
3 Beacon Lights of History by Lord, John 656,381W 2,626 43:46

 

4 1882 Atlantis Antediluvian World by Ignatius Loyola Donnelly 278,500W 1,114 16:54:28 464M
5 1909 History of Freedom
by Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton
254,965W 1,020 17:00
1 Portrait of Lord Acton
2 Chronicle
3 History of Freedom in Antiquity
4 History of Freedom in Christianity
5 Sir Erskine May's Democracy in Europe
6 Massacre of St Bartholomew
7 Protestant Theory of Persecution
8 Political Thoughts on Church
9 Introduction To L A Burd's Edition Of Il Principe by Machiavelli
10 Mr Goldwin Smith's Irish History
11 Nationality
12 Döllinger on Temporal Power
13 Döllinger's Historical Work
14 Cardinal Wiseman & Home & Foreign Review
15 Conflicts With Rome
16 Vatican Council
17 History of Inquisition of Middle Ages
18 American Commonwealth
19 Historical Philosophy in France & French Belgium & Switzerland
6 1912 Popular History of Art of Music
by W S B MATHEWS 1837 - 1912
222,500W 890 14:49:48
1 MUSIC AMONG ANCIENT EGYPTIANS
2 MUSIC AMONG HEBREWS & ASSYRIANS
3 MUSIC AMONG ANCIENT GREEKS
4 MUSIC IN INDIA, CHINA & JAPAN
5 NATURE OF TRANSFORMATION, & AGENCIES EFFECTING IT
6 MINSTRELS OF NORTH
7 ARABS OR SARACENS
8 ORIGIN OF GREAT FRENCH EPICS
9 TROUBADOURS, TROUVÈRES & MINNESINGERS
10 INFLUENCE OF CHRISTIAN CHURCH
11 4 - 1300s DIDACTIC OF MUSIC
12 RISE OF POLYPHONY OLD FRENCH & GALLO-BELGIC SCHOOLS
13 SCHOOLS OF NETHERLANDS
14 POLYPHONIC SCHOOLS OF ITALY PALESTRINA
15 CHANGES IN MUSICAL NOTATION
16 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS VIOLIN, ORGAN, ETC
17 1600 CONDITION OF MUSIC
18 1ST CENTURY OF ITALIAN OPERA & DRAMATIC SONG
19 BEGINNINGS OF OPERA IN FRANCE & GERMANY
20 PROGRESS OF ORATORIO
21 BEGINNINGS OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
22 1700 GENERAL VIEW OF MUSIC
23 JOHN SEBASTIAN BACH
24 GEO FREDERICK HÄNDEL
25 EMANUEL BACH: HAYDN: SONATA
26 MOZART & HIS GENIUS
27 BEETHOVEN & HIS WORKS
28 HAYDN, MOZART & BEETHOVEN COMPARED
29 1700 OPERA
30 PIANO PLAYING & VIRTUOSI: VIOLIN: TARTINI & SPOHR
31 1800s ROMANTIC: MUSIC OF FUTURE
32 SCHUBERT & ROMANTIC
33 STORY OF PIANOFORTE
34 GERMAN OPERA: WEBER, MEYERBEER & WAGNER
35 1800s VIRTUOSITY: PAGANINI: BERLIOZ: CHOPIN: LISZT
36 MENDELSSOHN & SCHUMANN
37 1800s ITALIAN OPERA
38 1800s FRENCH OPERATIC COMPOSERS
39 LATER COMPOSERS & PERFORMERS
7 1874 Modern History by JOHN LORD 214,868W 859 14:19
8 1902 Story of Books
by Gertrude Rawlings
205,000W 820 5:00:36 137M
1 Preservation of Literature
2 Books & Libraries in classical times, books in medieval times
3 Libraries & Medieval times
4 beginning of printing, who invented movable types?
5 Gutenberg & Mentz Press
6 Early Printing
7 Early Printing in Italy & some other countries, early printing in England
8 Early Printing in Scotland, early printing in Ireland
9 Book Bindings
10 How Modern Book is produced
9 1921 Story of Mankind
by Hendrik Vanloon
202,750W 811 13:30:42 371M
1 Setting of stage
2 Our earliest ancestors
3 Prehistoric man"
4 Hieroglyphics
5 Nile valley
6 Story of Egypt
7 Mesopotamia
8 Sumerians
9 Moses
10 Phoenicians
11 Indo-Europeans
12 Aegean Sea
13 Greeks
14 Greek Cities
15 Greek Self-Government
16 Greek Life
17 Greek Theatre
18 Persian Wars
19 Athens vs Sparta
20 Alexander Great
21 Summary Rome & Carthage
22 Rise of Rome
23 Roman Empire
24 Joshua of Nazareth
25 Fall of Rome
26 Rise of Church
27 Mohammed
28 Charlemagne
29 Noresemen
30 Feudalism
31 Chivalry
32 Pope vs Emperor
33 Crusades
34 Mediaeval City
35 Mediaeval Self-government
36 Medieval World
37 Medieval Trade
38 Renaissance
39 Age of Expression
40 Great Discoveries
41 Buddha & Confucius
42 Reformation
43 Religious Warfare
44 English Revolution
45 Balance of Power
46 Rise of Russia
47 Russia vs Sweden
48 Rise of Prussia
49 Mercantile System
50 American Revolution
51 French Revolution
52 Napoleon
53 Holy Alliance
54 Great Reaction
55 National Independence
56 Age of Engine
57 social Revolution
58 Emancipation
59 Age of Science
60 Art
61 Colonial Expansion & War
62 new World
63 As It Shall Ever Be
10 1901 History of Dogma, Volume 1 by Harnack, Adolf von 162,844W 651 10:51
11 1902
BOOK OF NATURAL HISTORY by Various
137,500W 550 9:10:11 125M
1 Animals, Birds, & Fishes
2 Wonder of Life
3 Life Growth, Frogs
4 Man-Like Apes
5 Some Strange Nurseries
6 How Animals Spend Winter
7 Birds' Nests
8 Birds in Their Relation to Agriculture
9 Scissor Beak
10 Condor
11 Umbrella Birds
12 Humming Birds
13 Foundation of Wonderful City
14 Wasps
15 Wild Llama
16 Wasp & Its Prey
17 Leaf-Cutting Ants, Some Wonderful Spiders
18 What I Saw in an Ant's Nest
19 Bats
20 How Snakes Eat
21 What Worms Do
22 2 Fops Among Fishes
23 Sea Slugs & Cuttle-fish
24 Cow Fish
25 Old Rattler & King Snake
26 Story of Strange Land
27 Color of Animals
28 Protective Resemblances in Spiders
29 Bath of Birds
30 Loon
31 Dartmoor Ponies
12 1896 Fifty Famous Stories Retold
by James Baldwin 1841-1925 USA
130,500W 522 3:22:00 174M
1 Concerning These Stories
2 King Alfred & Cakes
3 King Alfred & Beggar
4 King Canute on Seashore
5 Sons of William Conqueror
6 white ship
7 King John & Abbot
8 Story of Robin Hood
9 Bruce & Spider
10 Black Douglas
11 3 Men of Gotham
12 Other Wise Men of Gotham
13 Miller of Dee
14 Sir Philip Sidney
15 Ungrateful Soldier
16 Sir Humphrey Gilbert
17 Sir Walter Raleigh
18 Pocahontas
19 George Washington & His Hatchet
20 Grace Darling
21 Story of William Tell
22 Arnold Wilklereid
23 Bell of Atri
24 How Story of Cincinnatus
25 Story of Regulus
26 Cornelia's Jewels
27 Androclus & Lion
28 Horatius at Bridge
29 Julius Caesar
30 Sword of Damocles
31 Damon & pythias
32 Laconic Answer
33 Ungrateful Guest
34 Alexander & Bucephalus
35 Diogenes Wise Man
36 Brace 300
37 Socrates & his house
38 King & his Hawk
39 doctor Goldsmith
40 Kingdoms
41 Barmecide Feast
42 Endless Tale
43 Blind Men & Elephant
44 Maximillian & Goose Boy
45 Inchcape Rock
46 Whittington & his Cat
47 Casabianca
48 Antonio Canova
49 Picciola
50 Mignon
13 1922 Historical Tales, Vol I
by Charles MORRIS 1833 - 1922
129,250W 517 8:36:24
1 Vineland & Vikings
2 Frobisher & Northwest Passage
3 Champlain & Iroquois
4 Sir William Phips & Silver-ship
5 Story of Regicides
6 How Charter was Saved
7 How Franklin Came to Philadelphia
8 Perils of Wilderness
9 Some Adventures of Major Putnam
10 Gallant Defense
11 Daniel Boone, Pioneer of Kentucky
12 Paul Revere's Ride
13 Green Mountain Boys
14 British at New York
15 Quakeress Patriot
16 Siege of Fort Schuyler
17 On Track of Traitor
18 Marion, Swamp Fox
19 Fate of Philadelphia
20 Victim of Traitor
21 How Electric Telegraph was Invented
22 Monitor & Merrimac
23 Stealing Locomotive
24 Escape from Libby Prison
25 Sinking of Albemarle
26 Alaska-Gold, Furs, & Fishes
27 How Hawaii Lost its Queen

 

14 1891 Popular History of Art of Music From Earliest Times Until Present by Mathews, W S B 128,746W 515 8:35

15 1908 Ancient Law by Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow 122,826W 491 7:51

 

16 1922 Short History of World by Wells, H G (Herbert George) 122,732W 491 8:11
17 1893 Illustrated History of Furnature
by Lichfield USA
105,750W 423 7:03:13 32 5M
1 Biblical References
2 Solomon's House & Temple
3 Palace of Ahashuerus
4 Assyrian Furniture
5 Nimrod's Palace
6 Mr George Smith quoted
7 Egyptian Furnitur
8 476 - 1453 Fall of Rome to Capture of Constantinople
9 Crusades
10 Influence of Christianity
11 Chairs of St Peter
12 Renaissance in Italy
13 Leonardo da Vinci & Raffaele
14 Church of St Peter
15 contemporary great artists
16 Italian Palazzo
17 Methods of gilding
18 English Home Life in Reign of James 1,
19 Sir Henry Wootton quoted,
20 Inigo Jones & his work:
21 Ford Castle,
22 Chimney Pieces in South Kensington Museum
23 Chinese Furniture
24 Probable source of artistic taste,
25 Sir William Chambers quoted,
26 Racinet's Le Costume Historique,
27 Dutch influence,
28 South Kensingt
29 Palace of Versailles
30 Grand & Petit Trianon
31 Styles of Louis 14, 15, & 16
32 Colbert & Lebrun
33 André Charles Boule & his Work
34 Car
35 Chinese style,Sir William Chambers
36 Brothers Adams' work
37 Pergolesi
38 Cipriani & Angelica Kauffmann
39 Architects of time,
40 Wedgwood & Flaxman
41 French Revolution & 1st Empire
42 Influence on design of Napoleon's Campaigns
43 Cabinet presented to Marie Louise
44 Dutch Furniture of time
45 Great Exhibition Exhibitors & contemporary Cabinet Makers
46 1862 Exhibition of London
47 1867 Paris: & subsequently
48 Description of Illustration
49 List of Artists & Manufacturers of Furniture
50 Woods
51 Tapestry used for French Furniture
52 processes of Gilding & Polishing
53 Pianoforte
18 Social History Smoking
by George L Apperson 1857-1937
105,500W 422 7:01:35
1 1st Pipes of Tobacco - Smoked in England
2 Tobacco Triumphant: Smoking, Fashionable & Universal
3 Cavalier & Roundhead Smokers
4 Smoking in Restoration Era
5 Smoking Under King William 3 & Queen Anne
6 Smoking Unfashionable, Georgian Days
7 Signs of Revival
8 Early Victorian Days
9 Later Victorian Days
10 1900s Smoking
11 Smoking by Women
12 Smoking in Church
13 Tobacconists' Signs

 

19 History Of Ancient Civilization by Seignobos, Charles 1854–1942 101,580W 407 6:47
20 1890 Ruins, or, Meditation on Revolutions of Empires & Law of Nature
by C F (Constantin-François) Volney
100,943W 404 6:44
1 LIFE OF VOLNEY
1 JOURNEY
2 REVERIE
3 APPARITION
4 EXPOSITION
5 CONDITION OF MAN IN UNIVERSE
6 PRIMITIVE STATE OF MAN
7 PRINCIPLES OF SOCIETY
8 SOURCES OF EVILS OF SOCIETY
9 ORIGIN OF GOVERNMENT & LAWS
10 GENERAL CAUSES OF PROSPERITY OF ANCIENT STATES
11 GENERAL CAUSES OF REVOLUTIONS & RUIN OF ANCIENT STATES
12 LESSONS OF TIMES PAST REPEATED ON PRESENT
13 WILL HUMAN RACE IMPROVE?
14 GREAT OBSTACLE TO IMPROVEMENT
15 NEW AGE
16 FREE & LEGISLATIVE PEOPLE
17 UNIVERSAL BASIS OF ALL RIGHT & ALL LAW
18 CONSTERNATION & CONSPIRACY OF TYRANTS
19 GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NATIONS
20 SEARCH OF TRUTH
21 PROBLEM OF RELIGIOUS CONTRADICTIONS
22 ORIGIN & FILIATION OF RELIGIOUS IDEAS
23 ALL RELIGIONS HAVE SAME OBJECT
24 SOLUTION OF PROBLEM OF CONTRADICTIONS
2 LAW OF NATURE
1 LAW OF NATURE
2 CHARACTERS OF LAW OF NATURE
3 PRINCIPLES OF LAW OF NATURE RELATING TO MAN
4 BASIS OF MORALITY: OF GOOD, OF EVIL, OF SIN, OF CRIME, OF VICE & OF VIRTUE
5 TEMPERANCE
6 CONTINENCE
7 COURAGE & ACTIVITY
8 CLEANLINESS
9 DOMESTIC VIRTUES
10 SOCIAL VIRTUES: JUSTICE
11 DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL VIRTUES
3 VOLNEY'S ANSWER TO DR PRIESTLY
21 Memoirs Popular Delusions
by Charles Machay 1814-1889 Scottish
100,221W 401 6:41
1 Mississippi Scheme
2 South Sea Bubble
3 Tulipomania
4 Alchymists
5 Modern Prophecies
6 Fortune Telling
7 Magnetizers
8 Influence of Politics & Religion on Hair & Beard

 

22 1865 Domestic Animals History & description of horse, mule, cattle, sheep, swine, poultry & farm dogs: with directions for their management, breeding, directions for management of dairy by Allen, Richard L 85,621W 342 5:42
23 1909 Text-Book of History of Painting
by Van Dyke, John Charles
79,430W 318 5:18
1 Egyptian Painting
2 Chaldæo-Assyrian, Persian, Phœnician, Cypriote, & Asia Minor Painting
3 Greek, Etruscan, & Roman Painting
4 200 - 1250 Italian Painting: Early Christian & Mediæval Period,
5 1250 - 1400 Italian Painting, Gothic Period
6 14 - 1500 Italian Painting, Early Renaissance
7 15 - 1600 Italian Painting, High Renaissance
8 1600 - 1894 Italian Painting: Decadence & Modern Work,
9 15 - 1700s French Painting
10 1800s French Painting
11 Spanish Painting
12 Flemish Painting
13 Dutch Painting
14 German Painting
15 British Painting
16 American Painting

 

 

24 1887 Ten Great Events in History
by Johonnot, James
72,660W 291 4:51
1 DEFENSE OF FREEDOM BY GREEK VALOR
2 CRUSADES & CRUSADERS
3 DEFENSE OF FREEDOM IN ALPINE PASSES
4 BRUCE & BANNOCKBURN
5 COLUMBUS & NEW WORLD
6 DEFENSE OF FREEDOM ON DUTCH DIKES
7 INVINCIBLE ARMADA
8 FREEDOM'S VOYAGE TO AMERICA
9 PLASSEY: & HOW AN EMPIRE WAS WON
10 LEXINGTON & BUNKER HILL

 

25 1892 Chess History & Reminiscences by Bird, H E (Henry Edward) 68,067W 272 4:32

 

 

26 1913 History of Freedom of Thought
by Bury, J B (John Bagnell)
57,375W 230 2:50
1 Reason Free: Greece & Rome
2 Reason in Prison: Middle Ages
3 Prospect of Deliverance: Renaissance & Reformation
4 Religious Toleration
5 16 - 1700s Growth of Rationalism
6 1800s Progress of Rationalism
7 Justification of Liberty of Thought

 

27 1908 Chemical History of Candle
Lectures by Faraday, Michael
45,107W 181 3:01
1 CANDLE
2
1 BRIGHTNESS OF FLAME
2 AIR NECESSARY FOR COMBUSTION
3 PRODUCTION OF WATER
3 PRODUCTS
1 WATER FROM COMBUSTION
2 NATURE OF WATER
3 COMPOUND
4 HYDROGEN
4
1 HYDROGEN IN CANDLE
2 BURNS INTO WATER
3 OTHER PART OF WATER
4 OXYGEN
5
1 OXYGEN PRESENT IN AIR
2 NATURE OF ATMOSPHERE
3 ITS PROPERTIES
4 OTHER PRODUCTS FROM CANDLE
5 CARBONIC ACID
6 ITS PROPERTIES
6
1 CARBON OR CHARCOAL
2 COAL GAS
3 RESPIRATION & ITS ANALOGY TO BURNING OF CANDLE
7 LECTURE ON PLATINUM

 

28 1912 History of Modern Philosophy
by Benn, Alfred William
44,374W 177 2:57
1 Philosophical Renaissance
2 Metaphysicians
3 Theorists of Knowledge
4 German Idealists
5 Humanists of Nineteenth Century
29 Historical Newspaper Articles, Volume 2
by VARIOUS
43,500W 174 2:53:18
1 1848-06-10 Excitement & Enthusiasm of Gold Washing Still Continues -- Increases, California Star
2 1859-01-11 American Industry Abroad New York Times
3 1884-10-22 Dakota Description of One of Most Perfect Apartment Houses in New York Times
4 1886-10-29 France's Gift Accepted New York Times
5 1888-09-01 Another Murder in Whitechapel New York Times
6 1889-07-18 Whitechapel Crime New York Times
7 1889-07-21 Whitechapel Crimes & French Elections New York Times
8 1889-09-11 Another London Murder New York Times
9 1893-05-22 World's Fair Annoyances New York Times
10 1900-12-01 Memorial Notices Mr Oscar Wilde Manchester Guardian
11 1906-05-26 How to Dress in Water Manchester Guardian
12 1906-06-26 Thaw Murders Stanford White New York Times
13 1910-04-09 Girl's Visions & Her Career New York Times
14 1911-03-26 141 Men & Girls Die in Waist Factory Fire New York Times
15 1911-12-03 'Typhoid Mary' Asks $50,000 from City New York Times
16 1915-10-03 Novel is Doomed, Will Harben Thinks New York Times
17 1917-05-19 Anarchists Demand Strike to End War New York Times
18 1918-01-13 Story of Harry Houdini New York Times
19 1919-08-29 Progress of Film Manchester Guardian
20 1920-01-17 America 'Dry' Tonight
30 1919 Book of Halloween
by Ruth Edna Kelley USA
41,250W 165 2:45:09 75 6M
1 Preface & Sun Worship, Sources of Haloween
2 Celts, Their Religion & Festivals
3 Samhain
4 Pomona
5 coming of Christianity All Saints, all souls
6 Origin & Character of Halloween Omens
7 Halloween, Beliefs & customs in Ireland
8 Halloween Beliefs & Customs in scotland & Hebrides
9 Beliefs & customs in England & Man
10 Beliefs & Customs in Wales
11 Beleifs & Customs in Brittany & France
12 & Teutonic Religion, Witches
13 Walpurgis Night
14 More Hallowtide Beliefs & Customs
15 Halloween in America
16 4 Poems

 

31 1849 History & Practice of Art of Photography
by Snelling, Henry Hunt
39,813W 159 2:39
1 BRIEF HISTORY OF ART
2 THEORY ON LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINCIPLE
3 SYNOPSIS OF MR HUNT'S TREATISE ON "THE INFLUENCE OF SOLAR RAYS ON COMPOUND BODIES, WITH ESPECIAL REFERENCE TO THEIR PHOTOGRAPHIC APPLICATION "
4 FEW HINTS & SUGGESTIONS TO DAGUERREOTYPISTS
5 DAGUERREOTYPE APPARATUS
6 DAGUERREOTYPE PROCESS
7 PAPER DAGUERREOTYPES ETCHING DAGUERREOTYPES
8 PHOTOGENIC DRAWING ON PAPER
9 CALOTYPE & CHRYSOTYPE
10 CYANOTYPE, ENERGIATYPE, CHROMATYPE, ANTHOTYPE, AMPHITYPE & "CRAYON DAGUERREOTYPE "
11 PROBABILITY OF PRODUCING COLORED PICTURES BY SOLAR RADIATIONS, PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVIATIONS, LUNAR PICTURES, DRUMMOND LIGHT
12 COLORING DAGUERREOTYPES
13 PHOTOGRAPHOMETER
32 Dress Design: An Account of Costume for Artists & Dressmakers
By Talbot HUGHES 1869 - 1942
37,750W 151 2:30:07
1 Prehistoric Dress
2 Development of Costume to 900s
3 11 - 1400s
4 1400s
5 1500s
6 1600s
7 1700s
8 1800s
33 Strange Stories from History for Young People
by Eggleston, George Cary 1839-1911
40,170W 130 2:10
1 ADVENTURES OF JIMMY BROWN
2 CRUISE OF CANOE CLUB
3 CRUISE OF "GHOST "
4 MORAL PIRATES
5 TOBY TYLER: or, 10 WEEKS WITH CIRCUS
6 MR STUBBS'S BROTHER sequel to "Toby Tyler "
7 TIM & TIP: or, ADVENTURES OF BOY & DOG
8 LEFT BEHIND: or, 10 DAYS NEWSBOY
9 RAISING "PEARL "
10 MILDRED'S BARGAIN, & OTHER STORIES
11 NAN
12 FOUR MACNICOLS
13 LOST CITY: or, BOY EXPLORERS IN CENTRAL ASIA
14 TALKING LEAVES Indian Story
15 WHO WAS PAUL GRAYSON?
16 PRINCE LAZYBONES, & OTHER STORIES
17 ICE QUEEN
18 CHAPTERS ON PLANT LIFE
19 STRANGE STORIES FROM HISTORY

 

34 1906 Law-Breakers & Other Stories
by Robert Grant
44,024W 125 2:05
1 Law-Breakers
2 Against His Judgment
3 St George & Dragon
4 Romance of Soul
5 Exchange of Courtesies
6 Across Way
7 Surrender

 

 

35 1899 History of Nursery Rhymes by Green, Percy B 29,262W 117 1:57

 

36 1895 Child Life in Art
by Estelle M Hurll 1863-1924 USA
26,000W 104 1:43:27
1 Childhood in Ideal Types
2 Children Born to Purple
3 Children of Field & Village
4 Child Life of Streets
5 Child Angels
6 Christs Child

37 1750 - 1850 Umbrellas & Their History
by Sangster
18,913W 77 1:17

38 1913 Teaching of History
by E C Hartwell
16,464W 66 1:06
1 SOME PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS
2 HOW TO BEGIN COURSE
3 ASSIGNMENT OF LESSON
4 METHOD OF RECITATION
5 VARIOUS MODES OF REVIEW
6 USE OF WRITTEN REPORTS
7 EXAMINATIONS AS TESTS OF PROGRESS OUTLINE
39 Alphabet of History
By Wilbur D NESBIT (1871 - 1927)
14,750W 59 0:58:26
1 Alexander Great
2 Brutus
3 Christopher Columbus
4 Diogenes
5 Euripides
6 Franklin
7 Galilei Galileo
8 Hippocrates
9 Iago
10 Jonson
11 Kidd
12 Lucullus
13 Methuselah
14 Newton
15 Omar
16 Pepys
17 Quintilian
18 Raleigh
19 Shakspeare
20 Tell
21 Ulysses
22 Villon
23 Watt
24 Xantippe
25 Yvetot
26 Zenobia
40 1967 Origin & Early History of Fashion Plate
by Nevinson, John L
12,995W 52 52Min
41 1899 Child's Primer Of Natural History
by Herford, Oliver
4,964W 20 20Min
1 Seal
2 Giraffe
3 Yak
4 Whale
5 Leopard
6 Sloth
7 Elephant
8 Pig-Pen
9 Some Geese
10 Ant
11 Arctic Hare
12 Wolf
13 Ostrich
14 Hippopotamus
15 Fly
16 Mongoos
17 Platypus
18 Chimpanzee
19 Mole
20 Rhinoceros
21 Penguin
22 Cat
23 Dog
24 Chameleon
       
1 Short Nonfiction Collection by VARIOUS 2,427,750W 9,711 161:50:16
1
3:02:35
1 Answer to Question: What is Enlightenment? by Immanuel Kant
2 Deity & Design by Chapman Cohen
3 Escape Arthur by Christopher Benson
4 Future of Astronomy by Edward C Pickering
5 Hints towards an essay on conversation by Jonathan Swift
6 Hypocrisy of Puritanism by Emma Goldman
7 On English Composition & Other Matters by Samuel Butler
8 Somnambulists by Jack London
9 Taxation by Lysander Spooner
10 Why Are All Men Gamblers? by Arthur Brisbane
2
2:44:14
1 Call to Arms by Patrick Henry
2 Free Man's Worship by Bertrand Russell
3 Funeral Oration of Pericles, from History of Peloponnesian War by Thucydides
4 Miseries Nos 1-4 from Autumn Leaves, edited by Anne Wales Abbot Anonymous
5 Oath & Law of Hippocrates, by Charles Eliot, Editor Hippocrates
6 Obstacle, Cause from Sophisms of Protectionists by Frédéric Bastiat
7 Our Children & Great Discoveries by Mark Twain
8 Rise & Progress of Palaeontology by Thomas Henry Huxley
9 Should Women Be Beautiful? by Jerome K Jerome
10 Story of an Eye Witness by Jack London
3
2:09:06
1 Blackbeard, from Pirates' Who's Who by Philip Gosse
2 Dedication from Revolutions of Heavenly Bodies to Pope Paul 3 by Nicolaus Copernicus
3 Irish Home Rule William by Ewart Gladstone
4 Murder of Lovejoy by Wendell Phillips
5 95 Theses by Martin Luther
6 On Applauding Preachers by St John Chrysostom
7 Lord Bacon - Letter 12 from Letters on English by Voltaire
8 Withdrawing from Union by Jefferson Davis
9 Response to Letter 100 Greatest Men by S L Clemens Mark Twain
10 Solitude by Alice Meynell
4
3:54:48
1 Author's Preface to New Organon, or True Directions Concerning Interpretation of Nature by Francis Bacon
2 Death's Duel by John Donne
3 Handcuff Releases Under Difficulties - Feats of Harry Houdini by Scientific American
4 Moral Issue from Fight for Conservation by Gifford Pinchot
5 Truth by Francis Bacon
6 Old Age by Marcus Tullius Cicero
7 Unjust Causes of War by Hugo Grotius
8 Sacredness of Work by Thomas Carlyle
9 Secession by Alexander H Stephens
10 Selections from Chocolate & Cocoa Recipes by Maria Parloa
11 1801 Thomas Jefferson's First Inaugural Address, 3/4 by Thomas Jefferson
5
35,500W 142 2:21:31
1 Preface from Breath of Life by John Burroughs
2 Emancipation Proclamation by Abraham Lincoln
3 Flapper--A New Type: Vanity Fair, Sept 1921 by Alfredo Panzini
4 Fox & Hound by John Burroughs
5 Haig Strikes Near Arras - April 10, 1917 by New York Times
6 Principal Doctrines (Translated by Robert Drew Hicks) by Epicurus
7 Report of Railway Department of Board of Trade on London Worcester, by Samuel Laing
8 Rhythm of Life by Alice Meynell
9 2nd Inaugural Address of Abraham Lincoln
10 Wentworth Letter by Joseph Smith, Jr
6
54,500W 218 3:37:26
1 1843 Address to People of Illinois on Tariff or Taxation, 3/4 by Abraham Lincoln
2 All is not Gold that Glitters by Vanity Fair
3 Awful German Language by Mark Twain
4 1867 Causes for which President Can Be Impeached: Atlantic Monthly by C M Ellis
5 Crimes of Carnegie by Eugene V Debs
6 Dedication & Preface to Palgrave's Golden Treasury by Francis T Palgrave
7 Different Degrees of Enjoyment Presented by Contemplation of Nature by Alexander von Humboldt
8 Last Honors to Emerson New York by Times
9 Materialist Basis of Education by Lena Morrow Lewis
10 95 Theses by Martin Luther
11 On Antiseptic Principle of Practice of Surgery by Joseph Lister
12 1860 Progress of Medical Science by Vanity Fair
13 Ruth Bought by New York Americans by New York Times
14 Story of An Eyewitness by Jack London
15 Winter Sunshine by John Burroughs
7
81, 250W 325 5:24:34
1 Anarchist by G K Chesterton
2 Bible Reading by Alexander Campbell
3 Danger Signals, Chapters 3-5 by John A Hill
4 Encomium on by Helen Gorgias
5 Factory Girl's Danger by Miriam Finn Scott
6 Farewell Address by George Washington
7 1962 Few Sanitary Suggestions: 1/18 by Vanity Fair
8 Francis of Assisi by G K Chesterton
9 History of Steam on Erie Canal, Section 1 by Anonymous
10 Laughter by Anonymous
11 Lincoln's Last Hours by Charles Augustus Leale
12 Midsummer's Night Trip by John A Hill
13 Never Again by Edward Carpenter
14 Philosophy of Bird's Nests by Alfred Russel Wallace
15 Schoolboy Blunders by Henry B Wheatley
8
3:54:41
1 Cats by Robert Lynd
2 Celebration of Intellect by Ralph Waldo Emerson
3 Few Parables by Arthur Schopenhauer
4 House Divided Against Itself by Abraham Lincoln
5 How to Make Shoe by John Parker Headley
6 Meditation Upon Broomstick by Jonathan Swift
7 Morals of Chess by Benjamin Franklin
8 Night & Moonlight by Henry David Thoreau
9 Oath & Law of Hippocrates by Hippocrates
10 Pleasure of Taking Up One's Pen by Hilaire Belloc
11 Vice of Novel Reading by Young E Allison
12 Rules for Bathing by E P Miller
13 Self-Denial Not Essence of Virtue by Benjamin Franklin
14 Short Defense of Villains by Agnes Repplier
15 Some Reflections on Loss of Titanic by Joseph Conrad
9
6:11:49
1 Application of Thought to Textual Criticism by A E Housman
2 Before Diet of Worms by Martin Luther
3 Book of Accidents, Designed for Young Children by Anonymous
4 Christ Triumphant by Charles H Spurgeon
5 Fourth Not Really Independence Day by New York Times
6 Fable of Bees by Bernard Mandeville
7 Introduction to "Madrigals in Time of Shakespeare" by Francis Augustus Cox
8 Method of Grace by George Whitefield
9 Running After One's Hat by G K Chesterton
10 Place of Science in Liberal Education by Bertrand Russell
11 Plea for Captain John Brown by Henry David Thoreau
12 Public Prayer by John Newton
13 USAF Fact Sheet 95-03: Unidentified Flying Objects & Air Force Project Blue Bo by United States Air Force
14 Tortoise Said to Achilles by Lewis Carroll
15 Wonderful Discover of Elizabeth Sawyer, Witch by Henry Goodcole
10
4:33:39
1 Cheese by G K Chesterton
2 Dream-Children - Reverie by Charles Lamb
3 Man Who Thinks Backwards by G K Chesterton
4 Minorities Versus Majorities by Emma Goldman
5 Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift
6 Nonsenseorship by Heywood Broun
7 Art of Fiction Willa by Sibert Cather
8 Expunging Resolutions by Henry Clay
9 Fear of Death by William Hazlitt
10 Slave-Trade by Benjamin Franklin
11 Tendency of Varieties to Depart Indefinitely From Original Type by Alfred Russel Wallace
12 Tragedies of Shakespeare by Charles Lamb
13 Philosophy of Composition by Edgar Allan Poe
14 Possession by Adam H Dickey
15 Three Kinds of Men by G K Chesterton
11
5:48:05
1 Bombardment of Dardanelles by New York Times
2 Buddhic Consciousness by C W Leadbeater
3 Code of Honour by John Lyde Wilson
4 Contraceptives or Abortion? Chapter 10 from Woman & New Race by Margaret Sanger
5 Darwin's Voyage of Beagle George by Howard Parker
6 Flowery January in Florida by Harriet Beecher Stowe
7 Learning Social Ropes: January 7, 1900 by New York Tribune
8 Pathetic Fallacy by John Ruskin
9 Getting Up On Cold Mornings
10 Our Friend Dog by Maurice Maeterlinck
11 Philosphy of Compostion by Edgar Allan Poe
12 Plea for Old Cap Collier by Irvin S Cobb
13 Production of Vinegar from Honey by Gerard W Bancks
14 Abraham Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address by Abraham Lincoln
15 Town with 2 Persons: January 7, 1900 by New York Tribune
16 Yeast by Thomas Henry Huxley
12
4:37:31
1 Corsages Appropriate for Women with Unbeautifully Modelled Throats & Shoulders from What Dress Makes of Us by Dorothy Quigley
2 1860 Darwin on Origin of Species - Book Review from Atlantic, July by Asa Gray
3 General View of Theosophy by A C W
4 Germ Theory & its Application to Medicine & Surgery by Louis Pasteur
5 History of Insects by Anonymous
6 How Pain Leads to Knowledge & Power by James Allen
7 An Italian Dinner - selections from Cook's Decameron by Mrs W G Waters
8 1886 Lucy Keyes Story of Mount Wachusett: from New England Magazine, V/6, June by A P Marble
9 Meaning & Method of Spiritual Life by Annie Besant
10 Romance & Eyeglasses, from Champagne Standard by Mrs John Lane
11 Spear Fishing on Indian River, from Florida - or Summer in Wintertime by Mrs C F Latham
12 Study in Finance by Arthur Cheney Train
13 1940-1949 10 Great Late 40's Films, excerpts from Motion Pictures, by Library of Congress Copyright Office
14 Trinity Atomic Test Site by National Atomic Museum
15 World Religion by Annie Besant
13
5:11:45
1 Ant-Eaters, Armadilloes, & other Odd Animals by Thomas Mayne Reid
2 Are You Bromide? or Sulphitic Theory by Frank Gelett Burgess
3 British North American Act, 1949 (Newfoundland Act) by Parliament of United Kingdom of Great Britain
4 "C" vegetable dishes from Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery by Arthur Gay Payne
5 Father Damien An Open Letter to Reverend Doctor Hyde of Honolulu by Robert Louis Stevenson
6 H R 3200 - America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 by United States House of Representatives
7 Introduction to "Humorous Ghost Stories" by Dorothy Scarborough
8 Prohibition by Frank Swinnerton
9 Sail to Key West & Back to East Coast of Florida - Chap 4 from "Florida Days" by Vilma M Goodman
10 Shacharit (morning) Amidah from "Annotated Edition of Authorized Daily Prayer Book by Israel Abrahams
11 1912 Spanish Stage in Time of Lope de Vega, review from Drama Magazine, Feb by Stephen Austin
12 1892 Write or Not to Write from Writer, Vol 6, Apr by Susan Andrews Rice
13 United States Declaration of Independence by Thomas Jefferson
14 What I Found in My Pockets from "Tremendous Trifles" by G K Chesterton
15 Wild Flowers of Asphalt from "Short Stories & Essays" by William Dean Howells
16 Yorktown from "Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships" by U S Naval Historical Center
14
4:30:48
1 Advice to Young Man on Choice of Mistress (Old Mistresses Apologue) by Benjamin Franklin
2 Black Woman of South by Alexander Crummell
3 Sentence of Inquisition on Galileo by Cardinals of Inquisition
4 Abjuration of Galileo by Galileo Galilei
5 Knowledge of Self, from "Alchemy of Happiness" by Al Ghazzali
6 Let's Collect Rocks & Shells by Shell Union Oil Corporation
7 Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009 by United States House of Representatives
8 Meditation 17 by John Donne
9 Message to Garcia by Elbert Hubbard
10 Refutation of Charges Made against Confederate States of America of Having Authorized Use of Explosive & Poisoned Musket & Rifle Balls during Late Civil War of 1861-1865 by Horace Edwin Hayden
11 Reminiscences of Military Life & Sufferings of Col by Timothy Bigelow Charles Hersey
12 Taking Diplomatic Action Against Piracy Bureau of Public Affairs, by U S Dept of State
13 Atticus (at Athens) by Marcus Tullius Cicero
14 To Royal Academy: Of Farting by Benjamin Franklin
15 When Man Comes to Himself by Woodrow Wilson
15
3:50:28
1 Animals at Play, Chapter 3 from Human Side of Animals by Royal Dixon
2 1919 Baseball from 'Dial' July 26, by Morris R Cohen
3 Epicurus by Charles Bradlaugh
4 Jefferson's Letter to Danbury Baptists by Thomas Jefferson
5 Letter of Columbus on Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus
6 Logic of Persecution by George William Foote
7 Faults of Constitution by Benjamin Franklin
8 Poisonous Cheese from Treatise on Adulterations of Food & Culinary Poisons by Frederick Accum
9 Queen Bess' Feast from 1,001 Afternoons in Chicago by Ben Hecht
10 Seige of Troy from On Shores of Great Sea by M B Synge
11 Spinoza by Charles Bradlaugh
12 1789 Thanksgiving Proclamation by George Washington
13 Thomas Paine by John Watts
14 Thoughts on Government by John Adams
15 Truth of Intercourse by Robert Louis Stevenson
16
5:30:49
1 Are Atheists Wicked? by George William Foote
2 Assassination of President McKinley, from "Complete Life of William McKinley by Marshall Everett
3 Books of Chilan Balam, Prophetic & Historic Records of Mayas of Yu by Daniel Garrison Brinton
4 Anna Lewis Equal Opportunity in Education by Mikhail Bakunin
5 Extracts from report on sinking of 'Titanic' by London Times
6 Gale Richard by Henry Dana, Jr
7 How Memory may be Improved from Mind, matter & motion: with directions for good health in old age by Adam Miller
8 Interview with Frederick Russell Burnham about Colonel Baden-Powell by Manchester Guardian
9 Mosquitoes from "Kwaidan: Stories & Studies of Strange Things" by Lafcadio Hearn
10 On Unequal Sensibility of Foramen Centrale to Light of different Colours by James Clerk Maxwell
11 1903 Poems in 'Alice in Wonderland', Published in Bookman, vol 18, Sept by Florence Milner
12 Remarks on Antiquity of Pugilism from "Boxiana or Sketches of Modern Pugilism" by Pierce Egan
13 Silly Novels by Lady Novelists by George Eliot
14 Telegrams from "Business Hints for Men & Women" by Alfred Rochefort Calhoun
15 Voltaire by John Watts
17
5:30:16
1 American Newspaper by Charles Dudley Warner
2 Apples for Table by Gertrude Coburn
3 As Ye Sow by Leo B Hart
4 Catacombs of Paris by Neil Wynn Williams
5 Declaration of Sentiments by Elizabeth Cady Stanton
6 Des Cartes by Charles Bradlaugh
7 Ether & Theory of Relativity by Albert Einstein
8 How Children Learn about Human Rights by K Hill
9 Mixed Days of May & December by Richard Jefferies
10 Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift
11 National Flag by Henry Ward Beecher
12 Not to Counterfeit Being Sick by Michel Eyquem de Montaigne
13 Of Studies by Francis Bacon
14 Religion & Money by George William Foote
15 Saint Augustine by Frank R Stockton
16 Why Trend to Self-Service by Carl Dipman
18
5:56:17
1 Arrived: New Woman's Party by Donald George Wilhelm
2 Chattanooga by Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Ed
3 David Hume by John Watts
4 Doctrine of Fascism by Benito Mussolini
5 Few Words about Copyright in Books by Augustine Birrell
6 How to Make Best of Life by Samuel Butler
7 Ideal of Universal Religion by Swami Vivekananda
8 Interview with Mark Twain by Rudyard Kipling
9 Motor Trip in San Diego's Back Country by J A Graves
10 Of Lightning by Benjamin Franklin
11 On Hieracium Hybrids Obtained by Artificial Fertilisation by Gregor Mendel
12 Pandora's Box by Ben Hecht
13 Scout Law by Boy Scouts of America
14 Silk by Edward Gibbon
15 War is Racket by Smedley Butler
19
6:29:34
1 Argument to Prove that Abolishing of Christianity in England May, as Things Now Stand Today, be Attended with Some Inconveniences, & Perhaps not by Jonathan Swift
2 Conjugal Precepts by Lucius Mestrius Plutarchus
3 Dante & Bowery from History as Literature & Other Essays by Theodore Roosevelt
4 Ekoniah Scrub: Among Florida Lakes by Louise Seymour Houghton
5 Elephant Hunt by Various
6 General Washington & General Jackson, on Negro soldiers by Henry Carey Baird
7 King Follett Discourse by Joseph Smith, Jr
8 1779 Letter to Patrick Henry by Thomas Jefferson
9 McGuffey's Eclectic Primer, Revised Edition by William Holmes McGuffey
10 Methods of Wound Treatment, from Manual of Surgery, V1 by Alexis Thomson
11 On Mexican War by Thomas Corwin
12 Theory of Compound Colors by James Clerk Maxwell
13 Oriental Rose, or, teachings of Abdul Baha, Chapter 2 by Mary Hanford Ford
14 Pathless Profession by Henry van Dyke
15 Voice & Spiritual Education (opening) by Hiram Corson
20
5:56:53
1 Art & Ritual by Harrison
2 Art of Leaving Off by Henry van Dyke
3 Bermudas by Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Ed
4 General Directions for Making Bread by Mary Ronald
5 Geometry & Experience by Albert Einstein
6 Gifts by Ralph Waldo Emerson
7 Introduction to Travellers Narrative by Edward Granville Browne
8 Life of Buddha & Its Lessons by H S Olcott
9 Locomotive Chase in Georgia by William Pittenger
10 Lord's Command by John Wilmot Mahood
11 On Sumner & South by Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar
12 Sarah Bernhardt (Rosine Bernard) by Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Ed
13 Steam on Country Roads by Richard Jefferies
14 Vindication of Natural Diet by Percy Bysshe Shelley
21
6:21:22
1 Adventure with Dog & Glacier by John Muir
2 Åland Question, résumé of arguments & points of view in defence of Finland's right to Åland archipelago by John Rafael Uggla
3 Alcazar by W Somerset Maugham
4 America or New World by New Gresham Encyclopedia
5 Americanisms by New Gresham Encyclopedia
6 Farming with Dynamite by E I du Pont de Nemours & Company
7 History of 2nd Massachusetts Regiment of Infantry: Prisoner's Diary by Samuel M Quincy
8 1861 If Confederates had Marched on Washington after Bull Run & If Confederates had Purchased East India Company's Fleet by Joseph Edgar Chamberlin
9 Johnny Appleseed - Pioneer Hero by W D Haley
10 Letter Henry Lee by James Madison
11 Life on Pampas by Annie Allnutt Brassey
12 On Life by Percy Bysshe Shelley
13 Report on Feasibility & Advisability of Some Policy to Inaugurate System of Rifle Practice Throughout Public Schools of Country by Ammon B Critchfield
14 Social Possibilities of War by John Dewey
15 Speech of John Hossack, Convicted of Violation of Fugitive Slave Law by John Hossack
16 Washington Place Fire by Rosey Safran
22
5:07:42
1 American Scholar by Ralph Waldo Emerson
2 Benjamin Franklin's Address to continental congress, read aloud by James Wilson by Benjamin Franklin
3 Letter to Mrs Bixby Letter by Abraham Lincoln
4 Excerpts concerning costermongers, from London Labour & London Poor by Henry Mayhew
5 1855 Funeral of Poole by New York Times
6 In memory of John P Altgeld by Clarence Darrow
7 Martyrdom of Ignatius by Anonymous
8 Martyrdom of Holy Martyrs Justin, Chariton, Charites, Paeon, & Liberianus, Who Suffered at Rome by Anonymous
9 Monroe Doctrine by James Monroe
10 On Terms, Chapter 1 from "Introduction to Non-Violence" by Theodore Paullin
11 Fragments of Lost Work of Justin Martyr on Resurrection by Justin Martyr
12 Parable of Pilgrim by Walter Hilton
13 Pirates & Piracy by Oscar Herrmann
14 Pursuit of Happiness by Charles Dudley Warner
15 Roentgen's Ray by Elizabeth Dole
16 Solitude of Self by Elizabeth Cady Stanton
17 Street Markets - from London Labour & London Poor by Henry Mayhew
18 Vampires, from Philosophical Dictionary by Voltaire
19 Way to Wealth by Benjamin Franklin
23
4:27:05
1 Baked Beans: serio-humorous medical paper by Ephraim Cutter
2 Chinese Women's Feet by Scientific American
3 Declaration of Independence by Thomas Jefferson
4 Emden at Penang by New York Times
5 Experiences of Bandmaster by John Philip Sousa
6 Farewell to His Army by Robert E Lee
7 History of Horncastle by James Conway Walter
8 House Decoration by Oscar Wilde
9 Jerilderie Letter by Ned Kelly
10 Liberation of People's Vital Energies by Woodrow Wilson
11 Midnight Ride Letter to Belknap by Paul Revere
12 Shakespeare on Scenery by Oscar Wilde
13 Socialism & Democracy by Woodrow Wilson
14 20 Quick Soups Sarah by Tyson Heston Rorer
15 2 Noteworthy Books on Democracy by Theodore Roosevelt
24
4:26:52
1 Bee by Mark Twain
2 1891 Climatic Changes in Southern Hemisphere, Scientific American Suppl No 819, Sept 12, by C A M Taber
3 Crito by Plato
4 Death of Jean by Mark Twain
5 From Moultrie to Sumter by Abner Doubleday
6 Geraniums Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Ed
7 Helping Fingers from "Children's Six Minutes" by Bruce S Wright
8 How I Came To Play Rip Van Winkle by Joseph Jefferson
9 Model of Christian Charity by John Winthrop
10 Decay of Art of Lying by Mark Twain
11 Proclamation 3395: Red Cross Month by John F Kennedy
12 1917 - 9 Sergeant York, excerpt from "Official History of 82nd Division American Expeditionary Forces by Divisonal Officers
13 Taming Bicycle by Mark Twain
14 Uncle Sam's Camel Corps by Fred S Perrine
15 Walking & Cycling, from "Afoot in England" by W H Hudson
25
4:28:00
1 American Invasion by Oscar Wilde
2 Declaration of National Anti-Slavery Convention by William Lloyd Garrison
3 End of Books by Octave Uzanne
4 Foreward to "Old Coast Road from Boston to Plymouth" by Agnes Edwards
5 Letter from Freedman to His Old Master by Jourdon Anderson
6 Letter to Charles B Davenport by Theodore Roosevelt
7 New Nationalism, by Theodore Roosevelt
8 Nikola Tesla Sees Wireless Vision by New York Times
9 On Nature - Aphorisms by Goethe by T H Huxley
10 Queer Methods of Travel in Curious Corners of World by O P Austin
11 Red Squirrel by Rowland E Robinson
12 Slaves of Fashion by Oscar Wilde
13 Thoughts on Government by John Adams
14 Virgin of Guadalupe by Langston Hughes
15 What I Saw of Shiloh by Ambrose Bierce
26
5:44:17
1 Chicago's Awful Theater Horror, Chapter One by Various
2 1889 Constitution of Empire of Japan, by M Ito
3 Devonshire Inn by E V Lucas
4 Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death by Patrick Henry
5 Holiday in Bed by J M Barrie
6 Humour of Homer by Samuel Butler
7 Ishi, Last Yahi Indian by Thomas Talbot Waterman
8 Lane in Cotswolds by Francis Darwin
9 Life & Adventures of Calamity Jane by Calamity Jane
10 Needle by Candace Wheeler
11 Point of Sharp Small Needle by Robert Hooke
12 Rag & Bone Pickers by Charles Loring Brace
13 Quis Desiderio by Samuel Butler
14 Slang by Herbert Allen Giles
15 Some Animal Friends in Africa by Bayard Taylor
16 Thrilling Story by Titanic's Surviving Wireless Man by Harold Bride
17 To Dr Thomas Cooper by Thomas Jefferson
18 Travels in Alaska, excerpt from Chapter 15 by John Muir
19 2 Theorems on Conics by S Lefschetz
20 Why I Believe in Poverty by Edward Bok
27
5:52:50
1 1832 - 65 Abraham Lincoln Anecdotes (from "Speeches & Letters of Abraham Lincoln ") by Merwin Roe
2 Breeze on Beachy Head, (from "Nature Near London") by Richard Jefferies
3 Death of Napoleon (from "Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, V4") by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
4 Development of Our Views on Composition & Essence of Radiation by Albert Einstein
5 Fernside Farm (from "Historic Shrines of America") by John Thomas Faris
6 5th Annual Message to Congress by George Washington
7 First Inaugural Address by Abraham Lincoln
8 Freud's Theories of Neuroses, Chapter 4 by Dr Eduard Hitschmann
9 Galen (from "Fathers of Biology") by Charles McRae
10 Gettysburg Address by Abraham Lincoln
11 Ibarra by Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Ed
12 Iguana by Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Ed
13 Introduction to "Speeches & Letters of Abraham Lincoln 1832 - 65" by Merwin Roe
14 Letter to by Menoeceus Epicurus
15 Market by William McFee
16 On Love by Percy Bysshe Shelley
17 Poets as Policemen by Mark Twain
18 2nd Inaugural Address by Abraham Lincoln
19 Spirit of Japan by Rabindranath Tagore
20 12 Men by G K Chesterton
28
4:26:34
1 Amana Community by Charles Nordhoff
2 Babies by Mark Twain
3 Defence of Rash Vows by G K Chesterton
4 Emancipation Proclamation by Abraham Lincoln
5 Farming with Dynamite by E I du Pont de Nemours & Company
6 Have Faith in Massachusetts (excerpt) by Calvin Coolidge
7 Jane Austen by Anne Isabella Thackery Ritchie
8 Japanese Swords by Anonymous
9 Music Loving Bears by Joaquin Miller
10 Periplus of Hanno by Hanno Navigator
11 Rhythm of Education by Alfred North Whitehead
12 Samphire Gatherer by W H Hudson
13 Some Facts About National Game, from Ball Player's Career by Adrian C Anson
14 Talk About Begonias by M D Wellcome
15 Tribute to "Birth of Nation" by Rupert Hughes
29
5:49:40
1 Agitation by Horace Seaver
2 Aims of Education - Plea for Reform by Alfred North Whitehead
3 Captain Mission by Philip Gosse
4 CIA Campus: Story of Original Headquarters Building, by CIA
5 College Freshman's Don't Book
6 Concerning Cabs from "About London" by James Ewing Ritchie
7 Diagram of Heredity by Sir Francis Galton
8 Emergency Childbirth U S Dept of Defense & U S Dept of Health, by Educatio
9 Feeding Mind by Lewis Carroll
10 General Buller's Defence by Unknown
11 Life Without Principle Henry by David Thoreau
12 Lincoln Letters by Abraham Lincoln
13 Obituary of Edgar A Poe by John Moncure Daniel
14 Oscar Wilde Bunco Articles by Various
15 Papal Election by Francis Alice Forbes
16 Pleasures of Ignorance by Robert Lynd
17 Resolution honoring Founder of "Mother's Day, " by Miss Anna Jarvis Society of American Florists & Ornamental Horticultur
18 16 Logical Aphorisms by David F Swenson
19 Story of Prophet Jonas (translated by William Tyndale) by Jonah
20 Weathercocks & Vanes by Herbert Warrington Hogg
30
5:41:25
1 Aequanimitas by Sir William Osler
2 Alcoran of Mohamet: Chapter 12 - Chapter of Joseph by Alexander Ross
3 Alcoran of Mohamet: Chapter 1 - Preface by Alexander Ross
4 Chewing Gum by Anonymous
5 Detached Thoughts on Books & Reading by Charles Lamb
6 Dickens Foremost of Novelists by George Hamlin Fitch
7 Farming with Dynamite by E I du Pont de Nemours & Company
8 Humanity's Gain from Unbelief by Charles Bradlaugh
9 1894 In Mammoth Cave, by John Burroughs
10 I Talk of Dreams by William Dean Howells
11 1815 Laying corner stone of Washington monument by John Horace Pratt
12 Liquorice by Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th Ed
13 Little Journeys to Homes of Prominent Amateurs - by H P Lovecraft Andrew Francis Lockhart
14 Mendelian Properties in Mixed Population by G H Hardy
15 Of Gardens by Francis Bacon
16 Filling an Inkwell by Christopher Morley
17 Problem of Summer by William Cooper Howells
18 Snowstorm in Sahara by Anonymous
19 3 Motives of Faith in God by Elwood Worcester
20 What is Right With World by G K Chesterton
31
7:32:40
1 Faust Legend from Marlowe to Goethe by Kuno Francke
2 Life of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel by Jacob Loewenberg
3 Lines of Weakness in Cylinders by Robert Hallowell Richards
4 1915 Meaning of War: Life & Matter in Conflict by Henri Bergson
5 Murder Conspiracy by Arthur Cheney Train
6 My Private Menagerie by Théophile Gautier
7 Number 7 by William Sidney Gibson
8 Proclamation of Thanksgiving by Abraham Lincoln
9 Statue of Liberty Enlightening World by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi
10 Sundials by Herbert Warrington Hogg
11 Technical Education & it's Relation to Science & Literature by Alfred North Whitehead
12 Uphill in Fog by William Cowper Prime
13 When I Knew Stephen Crane by Willa Sibert Cather
14 William Harvey & Discovery of Circulation of Blood by Thomas Henry Huxley
 
 
 
 
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1 ABOUT, EDMOND
1 King of Mountains
2 AINSWORTH, HARRISON
1 Tower of London
3 ANDERSEN, HANS
1 Improvisatore
4 APULEIUS
1 Golden Ass
5 ARABIAN NIGHTS
6 AUCASSIN & NICOLETTE
7 AUERBACH, BERTHOLD
1 On Height
8 AUSTEN, JANE
1 Sense & Sensibility
2 Pride & Prejudice
3 Northanger Abbey
4 Mansfield Park
5 Emma
6 Persuasion
9 BALZAC, HONORÉ DE
1 Eugénie Grandet
2 Old Goriot
3 Magic Skin
4 Quest of Absolute
10 BECKFORD, WILLIAM
1 History of Caliph Vathek
11 BEHN, APHRA
1 Oroonoko
12 BERGERAC, CYRANO DE
1 Voyage to Moon
13 BJÖRNSON, BJÖRNSTJERNE
1 Arne
2 In God's Way
14 BLACK, WILLIAM
1 Daughter of Heth
15 BLACKMORE, R D
1 Lorna Doone
16 BOCCACCIO
1 Decameron
2 Fiction
28,292W
1 BORROW, GEORGE
1 Lavengro
2 Romany Rye
2 BRADDON, M E
1 Lady Audley's Secret
3 BRADLEY, EDWARD ("COTHBERT BEDE")
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4 BRONTË, CHARLOTTE
1 Jane Eyre
2 Shirley
3 Villette
5 BRONTË, EMILY
1 Wuthering Heights
6 BUCHANAN, ROBERT
1 Shadow of Sword
7 BUNYAN, JOHN
1 Holy War
2 Pilgrim's Progress
8 BURNEY, FANNY
1 Evelina
9 CARLETON, WILLIAM
1 Black Prophet
10 CARROLL, LEWIS
1 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
11 CERVANTES
1 Don Quixote
12 CHAMISSO, ADALBERT VON
1 Peter Schlemihl, Shadowless Man
13 CHATEAUBRIAND, FRANÇOIS RENÉ DE
1 Atala
14 CHERBULIEZ, CHARLES VICTOR
1 Samuel Brohl & Co
15 COLLINS, WILKIE
1 No Name
2 Woman in White
16 CONWAY, HUGH
1 Called Back
17 COOPER, FENIMORE
1 Last of Mohicans
2 Spy
18 CRAIK, MRS
1 John Halifax, Gentleman
19 CROLY, GEORGE
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20 DANA, RICHARD HENRY
12 Years before Mast
3 Fictions
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2 Captain Singleton
4 Charles Dickens
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2 Bleak House
3 David Copperfield
4 Dombey & son
5 Great expectations
6 Hard times
7 Little Dorrit
8 Martin Chuzzlewit
9 Nicholas Nickleby
10 Oliver Twist
11 Old curiosity shop
12 Our mutual friend
13 Pickwick papers
14 Tale of 2 cities
5 Benjamin Disraeli
1 Coningsby
2 Sybil, or 2 nations
3 Tancred, or new crusade
6 Alexandre Dumas
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2 Black tulip
3 Corsican Brothers
4 Count of Monte Cristo
5 3 Musketeers
6 20 years after
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1 EBERS, GEORG
1 Egyptian Princess
2 EDGEWORTH, MARIE
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2 Castle Rackrent
3 ELIOT, GEORGE
1 Adam Bede
2 Felix Holt
3 Romola
4 Silas Marner
5 Mill on Floss
4 ERCKMANN-CHATRIAN
1 Waterloo
5 FEUILLET, OCTAVE
1 Romance of Poor Young Man
6 FIELDING, HENRY
1 Amelia
2 Jonathan Wild
3 Joseph Andrews
4 Tom Jones
7 FLAMMARION, CAMILLE
1 Urania
8 FOUQUÉ, DE LA MOTTE
1 Undine
9 GABORIAU, EMILE
1 File No 113
10 GALT, JOHN
1 Annals of Parish
11 GASKELL, MRS
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2 Mary Barton
12 GODWIN, WILLIAM
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13 GOETHE
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2 Wilhelm Meister
14 GOLDSMITH, OLIVER
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15 GONCOURT, EDMOND & JULES DE
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16 GRANT, JAMES
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4 HALEVY, LUDOVIC
1 Abbe Constantin
5 HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL
1 Scarlet Letter
2 House of 7 Gables
6 HICHENS, ROBERT
1 Garden of Allah
7 HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL
1 Elsie Venner
8 HUGHES, THOMAS
1 Tom Brown's Schooldays
2 Tom Brown at Oxford
9 HUGO, VICTOR
1 Les Miserables
2 Notre Dame de Paris
3 Toilers of Sea
4 Man Who Laughs
10 INCHBALD, ELIZABETH
1 Simple Story
11 JAMES, G P R
1 Henry Masterton
12 JOHNSON, SAMUEL
1 Rasselas
13 JOKAI, MAURICE
1 Timar's 2 Worlds
14 KERNAHAN, COULSON
1 Dead Man's Diary
15 KINGSLEY, CHARLES
1 Alton Locke
2 Hereward Wake
3 Hypatia
4 2 Years Ago
5 Water-Babies
6 Westward Ho!
16 KINGSLEY, HENRY
1 Geoffry Hamlyn Ravenshoe
6 Fiction
112,464W
1 LE FANU, SHERIDAN
1 Uncle Silas
2 LESAGE, RENÉ
1 Gil Blas
3 LEVER, CHARLES
1 Charles O'Malley
2 Tom Burke of Ours
4 LEWIS, M G
1 Ambrosio, or Monk
5 LINTON, MRS LYNN
1 Joshua Davidson
6 LOVER, SAMUEL
1 Handy Andy
7 LYTTON, EDWARD BULWER
1 Eugene Aram
2 Last Days of Pompeii
3 Last of Barons
8 MACKENZIE, HENRY
1 Man of Feeling
9 MAISTRE, COUNT XAVIER DE
1 Journey Round my Room
10 MALORY, SIR THOMAS
1 Morte d'Arthur
11 MANNING, ANNE
1 Household of Sir Thomas More
12 MANZONI, ALESSANDRO
1 Betrothed
13 MARRYAT, CAPT
1 Mr Midshipman Easy
2 Peter Simple
14 MATURIN, CHARLES
1 Melmoth Wanderer
15 MENDOZA, DIEGO DE
1 Lazarillo de Tonnes
16 MEREJOWSKI, DMITRI
1 Death of Gods
17 MÉRIMÉE, PROSPER
1 Carmen
18 MITFORD, MARY RUSSELL
1 Our Village
19 MOIR, DAVID
1 Mansie Wauch
20 MORIER, JAMES
1 Hajji Baba
21 MURRAY, DAVID CHRISTIE
1 Way of World
22 NORRIS, FRANK
1 Pit
23 OHNET, GEORGES
1 Ironmaster
24 OUIDA
1 Under 2 Flags
25 PAYN, JAMES
1 Lost Sir Massingberd
7 Fiction
112,464W
1 PEACOCK, THOMAS LOVE
1 Headlong Hall
2 Nightmare Abbey
2 PORTER, JANE
1 Scottish Chiefs
3 PUSHKIN
1 Captain's Daughter
4 RABELAIS
1 Gargantua & Pantagruel
5 READE, CHARLES
1 Hard Cash
2 Never Too Late to Mend
3 Cloister & Hearth
6 RICHARDSON, SAMUEL
1 Pamela
2 Clarissa Harlowe
3 Sir Charles Grandison
7 RICHTER, JEAN PAUL
1 Hesperus
2 Titan
8 ROSEGGER, PETER
1 Papers of Forest Schoolmaster
9 ROUSSEAU, JEAN JACQUES
1 New Heloise
10 SAINT PIERRE, BERNARDIN DE
1 Paul & Virginia
11 SAND, GEORGE
1 Consuelo
2 Mauprat
12 SCOTT, MICHAEL
1 Tom Cringle's Log
13 SCOTT, SIR WALTER
1 Antiquary
2 Guy Mannering
3 Heart of Midlothian
4 Ivanhoe
5 Kenilworth
6 Old Mortality
7 Peveril of Peak
8 Fiction
92204W
1 SCOTT, SIR WALTER
1 Quentin Durward
2 Rob Roy
3 Talisman
2 SHELLEY, MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT
1 Frankenstein
3 SIDNEY, SIR PHILIP
1 Arcadia
4 SMOLLET, TOBIAS
1 Roderick Random
2 Peregrine Pickle
5 STAËL, MME DE
1 Corinne
6 STENDHAL (HENRI BEYLE)
1 Chartreuse of Parma
7 STERNE, LAURENCE
1 Tristram Shandy
8 STOWE, HARRIET BEECHER
1 Uncle Tom's Cabin
9 SUE, EUGÈNE
1 Mysteries of Paris
10 SWIFT, JONATHAN
1 Gulliver's Travels
11 THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE
1 Newcomes
2 Virginians
3 Vanity Fair
12 TOLSTOY, COUNT LYOF N
1 Anna Karenina
13 TROLLOPE, ANTHONY
1 Warden
2 Barchester Towers
14 TURGENEV, IVAN
1 Fathers & Sons
2 Nest of Nobles
3 Smoke
15 VERNE, JULES
1 20K Leagues Under Sea
16 WALPOLE, HORACE
1 Castle of Otranto
17 ZOLA, ÉMILE
1 Drink
9 Lives & Letters
17,394W
1 ABÉLARD & HÉLOÏSE
1 Love-Letters
2 AMIEL, H F
1 Fragments of an Intimate Diary
3 AUGUSTINE, SAINT
1 Confessions
4 BOSWELL, JAMES
1 Life of Samuel Johnson, LL D
5 BREWSTER, SIR DAVID
1 Life of Sir Isaac Newton
6 BUNYAN, JOHN
1 Grace Abounding
7 CARLYLE, ALEXANDER
1 Autobiography
8 CARLYLE, THOMAS
19 Letters & Speeches of Oliver Cromwell
2 Life of Schiller
9 CELLINI, BENVENUTO
1 Autobiography
10 CHATEAUBRIAND, FRANÇOIS RENÉ DE
1 Memoirs from Beyond Grave
11 CHESTERFIELD, EARL OF
1 Letters to His Son
12 CICERO, MARCUS TULLIUS
1 Letters
13 COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR
1 Biographia Literaria
14 COWPER, WILLIAM
1 Letters
15 DE QUINCEY, THOMAS
1 Confessions of an English Opium-Eater
16 DUMAS, ALEXANDRE
1 Memoirs
17 EVELYN, JOHN
1 Diary
18 FORSTER, JOHN
1 Life of Goldsmith
19 FOX, GEORGE
1 Journal
20 FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN
1 Autobiography
21 GASKELL, MRS
1 Life of Charlotte Brontë
22 GIBBON, EDWARD
1 Memoirs
23 GOETHE, J W VON
1 Letters to Zelter
2 Poetry & Truth
3 Conversations with Eckermann
24 GRAY, THOMAS
1 Letters
25 HAMILTON, ANTONY
1 Memoirs of Count De Grammont
26 HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL
1 Our Old Home
10 Lives & Letters
16300W
1 HUGO, VICTOR
1 Deeds & Words
2 HUME, MARTIN
1 Courtships of Elizabeth
2 Love Affairs of Mary Queen of Scots
3 IRVING, WASHINGTON
1 Life of Christopher Columbus
2 Life of George Washington
4 JOSEPHUS, FLAVIUS
1 Autobiography
5 LA ROCHEFOUCAULD
6 LOCKHART, JOHN GIBSON
1 Life of Sir Walter Scott
2 Life of Robert Burns
7 LUTHER, MARTIN
1 Table Talk
8 MIRABEAU, COMTE DE
1 Memoirs
9 MOORE, THOMAS
1 Life of Byron
10 MORISON, J A C
1 Life of St Bernard
11 MORLEY, JOHN
1 Life of Cobden
12 PEPYS, SAMUEL
1 Diary
13 PLINY YOUNGER
1 Letters
14 RICHELIEU, CARDINAL
1 Political Testament
15 ROUSSEAU, JEAN JACQUES
1 Confessions
16 ROCHEFOUCAULD, FRANÇOIS DUC de LA
1 Memoirs
17 SÉVIGNÉ, Mme de
1 Letters
18 SOUTHEY, ROBERT
1 Life of Nelson
19 STAAL, Mme de
1 Memoirs
20 STANHOPE, EARL
1 Life of Pitt
21 STANLEY, A P
1 Life of Thomas Arnold, D D
22 STRICKLAND, AGNES
1 Life of Queen Elizabeth
23 SWIFT, JONATHAN
1 Journal to Stella
24 TOLSTOY, COUNT LYOF N
1 Childhood, Boyhood, Youth
2 My Confession
25 VILLARI, PASQUALE
1 Life of Girolamo Savanarola
26 WESLEY, JOHN
1 Journal
27 WOOLMAN, JOHN
1 Journal
11 General History
107,527W 431 6:71
1 ANCIENT HISTORY
2 EGYPT
3 MASPERO, GASTON
1 Dawn of Civilization
2 Struggle of Nations
3 Passing of Empires
4 JEWS
1 JOSEPHUS, FLAVIUS
1 Antiquities of Jews
2 Wars of Jews
2 MILMAN, HENRY
- History of Jews
5 GREECE
1 HERODOTUS
- History
2 THUCYDIDES
- Peloponnesian War
3 XENOPHON
- Anabasis
4 GROTE, GEORGE
- History of Greece
5 SCHLIEMANN, HEINRICH
- Troy & Its Remains
6 ROME
1 CÆSAR, JULIUS
- Commentaries on Gallic War
2 TACITUS, PUBLIUS CORNELIUS
- Annals
3 SALLUST, CATOS CRISPUS
- Conspiracy of Catiline
4 GIBBON, EDWARD
- Decline & Fall of Roman Empire
5 MOMMSEN, THEODOR
- History of Rome
6 MEDIÆVAL HISTORY
7 GIBBON, EDWARD
- Holy Roman Empire
7 EUROPE
1 GUIZOT, F P G
- History of Civilization in Europe
2 HALLAM, HENRY
- View of State of Europe During Middle Ages
8 EGYPT
1 LANE-POOLE, STANLEY
- Egypt in Middle Ages
9 ENGLAND
1 HOLINSHED, RAPHAEL
- Chronicles of England, Scotland & Ireland
2 FREEMAN, E A
- Norman Conquest of England
3 FROUDE, JAMES ANTHONY
- History of England
12 MODERN HISTORY
97,186W 389 6:29
1 AMERICA
1 ELIOT, SAMUEL
2 History of USA
3 PRESCOTT, W H
4 History of Conquest of Mexico
5 History of Conquest of Peru
2 ENGLAND
1 EDWARD HYDE, E OF CLARENDON
- History of Rebellion
2 MACAULAY, LORD
- History of England
3 BUCKLE, HENRY
- History of Civilization in England
4 BAGEHOT, WALTER
- English Constitution
3 FRANCE
1 VOLTAIRE
- Age of Louis 14
2 TOCQUEVILLE, DE
- Old Régime
3 MIGNET, FRANCOIS
- History of French Revolution
4 CARLYLE, THOMAS
- History of French Revolution
5 LAMARTINE, A M L DE
- History of Girondists
6 TAINE, H A
- Modern Régime
4 GERMANY
1 CARLYLE, THOMAS
- Frederick Great
5 GREECE
1 FINLAY, GEORGE
- History of Greece
6 HOLLAND
1 MOTLEY, J L
- Rise of Dutch Republic, History of United Netherlands
7 INDIA
1 ELPHINSTONE, MOUNTSTUART
- History of India
8 RUSSIA
1 VOLTAIRE
- Russia under Peter Great
9 SPAIN
1 PRESCOTT, W H
- Reign of Ferdinand & Isabella
10 SWEDEN
1 VOLTAIRE
- History of Charles 12
11 PAPACY
1 MILMAN, HENRY
- History of Latin Christianity
2 VON RANKE, LEOPOLD
- History of Popes
13 Religion & Philosophy
118,886W 476 7:56
1 RELIGION
2 APOCRYPHA
3 AUGUSTINE, ST
1 City of God
4 BAXTER, RICHARD
1 Saints' Everlasting Rest
5 BOOK OF DEAD
6 BRAHMANISM, BOOKS OF
7 BROWNE, SIR THOMAS
1 Religio Medici
8 CALVIN, JOHN
1 Institution of Christian Religion
9 COLERIDGE, S T
1 Aids to Reflection
10 CONFUCIANISM
11 FÉNELON
1 Existence of God
12 GALILEO GALILEI
1 Authority of Scripture
13 HEGEL, G W F
1 Philosophy of Religion
14 HINDUISM, BOOKS OF
15 KEMPIS, THOMAS
1 Imitation of Christ
16 KORAN
17 NEWMAN, CARDINAL
1 Apologia pro Vitâ Sua
18 PAINE, THOMAS
1 Age of Reason
19 PASCAL, BLAISE
1 Letters to Provincial
20 PENN, WILLIAM
1 Some Fruits of Solitude
21 RENAN, ERNEST
1 Life of Jesus
22 SWEDENBORG, EMANUEL
1 Heaven & Hell
23 TALMUD
24 ZOROASTRIANISM
25 PHILOSOPHY
26 ARISTOTLE Ethics
27 AURELIUS, MARCUS
1 Discourses with Himself
28 BACON, FRANCIS
1 Advancement of Learning
29 BERKELEY, GEORGE
1 Principles of Human Knowledge
30 DESCARTES
1 Discourse on Method
31 EMERSON, RALPH WALDO
1 Nature
32 EPICTETUS
1 Discourses & Encheiridion
14 Philosophy & Economics
117,104W 468 7:48
1 INTRODUCTION
1 Portrait Of Plato
2 Frontispiece
3 Hegel, G W F Philosophy of History
4 Hume, David Essays, Moral & Political
5 Kant, Immanuel
6 Critique of Pure Reason
7 Critique of Practical Reason
8 Lewes, George Henry History of Philosophy
9 Locke, JohnConcerning Human Understanding
10 Montaigne Essays
11 Plato Apology, or Defence of Socrates
12 Republic
13 Schopenhauer
14 World as Will & Idea
15 Seneca, L Annæus
16 On Benefits
17 Spencer, Herbert
18 Education
19 Principles of Biology
20 Principles of Sociology
21 Spinoza, Benedict deEthics
2 ECONOMICS
1 Bellamy, Edward
- Looking Backward
2 Bentham, Jeremy
- Principles of Morals & Legislation
3 Bloch, Jean
- Future of War
4 Burke, Edmund
- Reflections on Revolution in France
5 Comte, Auguste
- Course of Positive Philosophy
6 George, Henry
- Progress & Poverty
7 Hobbes, Thomas
- Leviathan
8 Machiavelli, Niccolo
- Prince
9 Malthus, T R
- On Principle of Population
10 Marx, Karl
- Capital: Critical Analysis
11 Mill, John Stuart
- Principles of Political Economy
12 Montesquieu
- Spirit of Laws
13 More, Sir Thomas
- Utopia
- Nowhere Land
14 Paine, Thomas
- Rights of Man
15 Rousseau, Jean Jacques
- Social Contract
16 Smith, Adam Wealth of Nations
15 79,956W
1 BRAMWELL, JOHN MILNE
1 Hypnotism: Its History, Practice & Theory
2 BUFFON, COMTE DE
1 Natural History
3 CHAMBERS, ROBERT
1 Vestiges of Creation
4 CUVIER, GEORGES
1 Surface of Globe
5 DARWIN, CHARLES
1 Origin of Species
6 DAVY, SIR HUMPHRY
1 Elements of Chemical Philosophy
7 FARADAY, MICHAEL
1 Experimental Researches in Electricity
2 Chemical History of Candle
8 FOREL, AUGUSTE
1 Senses of Insects
9 GALILEO
1 Dialogues on System of World
10 GALTON, SIR FRANCIS
1 Essays in Eugenics
11 HAECKEL, ERNST
1 Evolution of Man
12 HARVEY, WILLIAM
1 On Motion of Heart & Blood
13 HERSCHEL, SIR JOHN
1 Outlines of Astronomy
14 HUMBOLDT, ALEXANDER VON
1 Cosmos, Sketch of Universe
15 HUTTON, JAMES
1 Theory of Earth
16 LAMARCK
1 Zoological Philosophy
17 LAVATER, JOHANN
1 Physiogonomical Fragments
18 LIEBIG, JUSTUS VON
1 Animal Chemistry
19 LYELL, SIR CHARLES
1 Principles of Geology
20 MAXWELL, JAMES CLERK
1 Treatise on Electricity & Magnetism
21 METCHNIKOFF, ELIE
1 Nature of Man
2 Prolongation of Life
22 MILLER, HUGH
1 Old Red Sandstone
23 NEWTON, SIR ISAAC
1 Principia
24 OWEN, SIR RICHARD
1 Anatomy of Vertebrates
25 VIRCHOW, RUDOLF
1 Cellular Pathology
16 153,743W
1 100s Aulus Gellius
1 From 'Attic Nights': Origin, & Plan of Book
2 Vestal Virgins
3 Secrets of Senate
4 Plutarch & his Slave
5 Discussion on One of Solon's Laws
6 Nature of Sight
7 Earliest Libraries
8 Realistic Acting
9 Athlete's End
2 Gesta Romanorum 6261
1 Theodosius Emperoure
2 Moralite
3 Ancelmus Emperour
4 Moralite
5 How an Anchoress was Tempted by Devil
3 1737 - 94 Edward Gibbon
BY W E H LECKY
1 Zenobia
2 Foundation of Constantinople
3 Character of Constantine
4 Death of Julian
5 Fall of Rome
6 Silk
7 Mahomet's Death & Character
8 Alexandrian Library
9 Final Ruin of Rome
10 All from 'Decline & Fall of Roman Empire'
4 1836 William Schwenck Gilbert
1 Captain Reece
2 Yarn of Nancy Bell
3 Bishop of Rum-ti-foo
4 Gentle Alice Brown
5 Captain & Mermaids
6 All from 'Bab Ballads'
5 1844 Richard Watson Gilder
12 Songs from 'New Day'
2 "Rose-Dark Solemn Sunset"
3 Celestial Passion
4 Non Sine Dolore
5 On Life Mask of Abraham Lincoln
6 From 'Great Remembrance'
6 1809 - 50 Giuseppe Giusti
1 Lullaby ('Gingillino')
2 Steam Guillotine
7 1809 William Ewart Gladstone
1 Macaulay ('Gleanings of Past Years')
8 1831 Edwin Lawrence Godkin
1 Duty of Criticism in Democracy ('Problems of Modern Democracy')
9 1749 - 1832 Goethe
BY EDWARD DOWDEN
1 From 'Faust,' Shelley's Translation
Scenes from 'Faust', Bayard Taylor's Translation
2 Mignon's Love & Longing ('Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship')
3 Wilhelm Meister's Introduction to Shakespeare
4 Wilhelm Meister's Analysis of Hamlet
5 Indenture (same)
6 Harper's Songs
7 Mignon's Song
8 Philina's Song
9 Prometheus
10 Wanderer's Night Songs
12 Elfin-King
13 From 'Wanderer's Storm Song'
14 Godlike
15 Solitude
16 Ergo Bibamus!
17 Alexis & Dora
18 Maxims & Reflections
19 Nature
10 1809 - 52 Nikolai Vasilievitch Gogol
BY ISABEL F HAPGOOD
1 From 'Inspector'
2 Old-Fashioned Gentry ('Mirgorod')
11 1707 - 93 Carlo Goldoni
BY WILLIAM CRANSTON LAWTON
1 1st Love & Parting ('Memoirs of Carlo Goldoni')
2 Origin of Masks in Italian Comedy
3 Purists & Pedantry
4 Poet's Old Age
5 Café
12 1819 - 87 Meïr Aaron Goldschmidt
1 Assar & Mirjam ('Love Stories from Many Countries')
13 1728 - 74 Oliver Goldsmith
BY CHARLES MILLS GAYLEY
1 Vicar's Family Become Ambitious ('The Vicar of Wakefield')
2 New Misfortunes: But Offenses are Easily Pardoned Where There is Love at Bottom (same)
3 Pictures from 'Deserted Village'
Contrasted National Types ('Traveller')
14 1812 Ivan Aleksandrovitch Goncharóf
BY NATHAN HASKELL DOLE
1 Oblómof
15 Brothers De Goncourt
1 1822 - 96 Edmond
2 1830 - 70 Jules
32 Famous Men ('Journal of De Goncourts')
4 Suicide ('Sister Philomène')
5 Awakening ('Renée Mauperin')
16 1849 Edmund Gosse
1 February in Rome
2 Desiderium
3 Lying in Grass
17 Rudolf von Gottschall
1 1823 Heinrich Heine ('Portraits & Studies')
18 1325? - 1408 John Gower
Petronella
1 'Confessio Amantis'
21 1716 - 71 Thomas Gray
BY GEORGE PARSONS LATHROP
1 Elegy Written in Country Church-yard
2 Ode on Spring
3 On Distant Prospect of Eton College
4 Bard
19 1822 - 85 Ulysses S Grant
BY HAMLIN GARLAND
1 Early Life ('Personal Memoirs of U S Grant')
2 Grant's Courtship
3 Texan Experience
4 Surrender of General Lee
20 1746 - 1820 Henry Grattan
1 On Character of Chatham
2 Injustice of Disqualification of 3 Catholics (Speech in Parliament)
3 Downfall of Bonaparte (Speech in Parliament)
22 Greek Anthology BY TALCOTT WILLIAMS
1 Simonides
- Athenian Dead at Platæa
2 Simonides
- Lacedæmonian Dead at Platæa
3 Plato
- Sleeping Satyr
4 Simmias of Thebes
- Poet's Epitaph
5 Theætetus
- Worship in Spring
6 Leonidas of Tarentum
- Spring on Coast
7 Dioscorides
- Young Hero's Epitaph
8 Posidippus
- Love
9 Heracleitus
- Sorrow's Barren Grave
10 Asclepiades
- To Coy Maiden
11 Mnesalcus
- Emptied Quiver
12 Alpheus
- Tale of Troy
13 Marcus Argentarius
- Heaven Hath its Stars
14 Archias
- Pan of Sea-Cliff
15 Antipater of Sidon
- Anacreon's Grave
16 Meleager
- Rest at Noon
17 Meleager
- "In Spring Young Man's Fancy"
18 Meleager
- Meleager's Own Epitaph
19 Philodemus
- Epilogue
20 Nicarchus
- Doctor & Divinity
21 Strato
- Love's Immortality
22 Strato
- As Flowers of Field
23 Antiphilus
- Summer Sailing
24 Crinagoras
- Great Mysteries
25 Mæcius
- To Priapus of Shore
26 Ammianus
- Common Lot
27 Macedonius
- "To-morrow, & To-morrow"
28 Arabius
- Palace Garden
29 Julianus Ægyptius
- Young Wife
30 Paulus Silentiarius
- Nameless Grave
31 Joannes Barbucallus
- Resignation
32 Macedonius
- House of Righteous
33 by Agathias
- Love's Ferriage
34 Isidorus
- On Fowler
35 Anonymous:
1 Youth & Riches
2 Singing Reed
31 st Love again Remembered
4 Slave & Philosopher
5 Good-by to Childhood
6 Wishing
7 Hope & Experience
8 Service of God
9 Pure in Heart
10 Water of Purity
11 Rose & Thorn
12 Life's Wandering
 
3 Beacon Lights of History by Lord, John 656,381W 2,626 43:46
1 1902 V1 Old Pagan Civilizations 81,446W 326 5:26
1 ANCIENT RELIGIONS: EGYPTIAN, ASSYRIAN, BABYLONIAN, & PERSIAN
1 Ancient religions
2 Christianity not progressive
3 Jewish monotheism
4 Religion of Egypt
5 Its great antiquity
6 Its essential features
7 Complexity of Egyptian polytheism
8 Egyptian deities
9 worship of sun
10 priestly caste of Egypt
11 Power of priests
12 Future rewards & punishments
13 Morals of Egyptians
14 Functions of priests
15 Egyptian ritual of worship
16 Transmigration of souls
17 Animal worship
18 Effect of Egyptian polytheism on Jews
19 Assyrian deities
20 Phoenician deities
21 Worship of sun
22 Oblations & sacrifices
23 Idolatry sequence of polytheism
24 Religion of Persians
25 Character of early Iranians
26 Comparative purity of Persian religion
27 Zoroaster
28 Magism
29 Zend-Avesta
30 Dualism
31 Authorities
2 RELIGIONS OF INDIA: BRAHMANISM & BUDDHISM
1 Religions of India
2 Antiquity of Brahmanism
3 Sanskrit literature
4 Aryan races
5 Original religion of Aryans
6 Aryan migrations
7 Vedas
8 Ancient deities of India
9 Laws of Menu
10 Hindu pantheism
11 Corruption of Brahmanism
12 Brahmanical caste
13 Character of Brahmans
14 Rise of Buddhism
15 Gautama
16 Experiences of Gautama
17 Travels of Buddha
18 His religious system
19 Spread of his doctrine
20 Buddhism reaction against Brahmanism
21 Nirvana
22 Gloominess of Buddhism
23 Buddhism as reform of morals
24 Sayings of Siddârtha
25 His rules
26 Failure of Buddhism in India
27 Authorities
3 RELIGION OF GREEKS & ROMANS: CLASSIC MYTHOLOGY
1 Religion of Greeks & Romans
2 Greek myths
3 Greek priests
4 Greek divinities
5 Greek polytheism
6 Greek mythology
7 Adoption of Oriental fables
8 Greek deities creation of poets
9 Peculiarities of Greek gods
10 Olympian deities
11 deities
12 Greeks indifferent to future state
13 Augustine view of heathen deities
14 Artists vie with poets in conceptions of divine
15 Temple of Zeus in Olympia
16 Greek festivals
17 No sacred books among Greeks
18 religion without deities
19 Roman divinities
20 Peculiarities of Roman worship
21 Ritualism & hypocrisy
22 Character of Roman
23 Authorities
4 CONFUCIUS: SAGE & MORALIST
1 Early condition of China
2 Youth of Confucius
3 public life
4 reforms
5 fame
6 wanderings
7 old age
8 writings
9 philosophy
10 definition of superior man
11 ethics
12 views of government
13 veneration for antiquity
14 beautiful character
15 encouragement of learning
16 character as statesman
17 exaltation of filial piety
18 exaltation of friendship
19 supremacy of State
20 Necessity of good men in office
21 Peaceful policy of Confucius
22 Veneration for his writings
23 posthumous influence
24 Lao-tse
25 Authorities
5 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY: SEEKING AFTER TRUTH
1 Intellectual superiority of Greeks
2 Early progress of philosophy
3 Greek philosophy
4 Ionian Sophoi
5 Thales & his principles
6 Anaximenes
7 Diogenes of Apollonia
8 Heraclitus of Ephesus
9 Anaxagoras
10 Anaximander
11 Pythagoras & his school
12 Xenophanes
13 Zeno of Elea
14 Empedocles & Eleatics
15 Loftiness of Greek philosopher
16 Progress of scepticism
17 Sophists
18 Socrates
19 His exposure of error
20 Socrates as moralist
21 method of Socrates
22 services to philosophy
23 disciples
24 Plato
25 Ideas of Plato
26 Archer Butler on Plato
27 Aristotle
28 His services
29 syllogism
30 Epicureans
31 Sir James Mackintosh on Epicurus
32 Stoics
33 Zeno
34 Principles of Stoical philosophy
35 Philosophy among Romans
36 Cicero
37 Epictetus
38 Authorities
6 SOCRATES: GREEK PHILOSOPHY
1 Mission of Socrates
2 Era of his birth: view of his times
3 personal appearance & peculiarities
4 lofty moral character
5 sarcasm & ridicule of opponents
6 Sophists
7 Neglect of his family
8 friendship with distinguished people
9 philosophic method
10 questions & definitions
11 contempt of theories
12 Imperfection of contemporaneous physical science
13 Ionian philosophers
14 Socrates bases truth on consciousness
15 Uncertainty of physical inquiries in his day
16 Superiority of moral truth
17 Happiness, Virtue, Knowledge, Socratic trinity
18 "daemon" of Socrates
20 His idea of God & Immortality
21 Socrates witness & agent of God
22 Socrates compared with Buddha & Marcus Aurelius
23 resemblance to Christ in life & teachings
24 Unjust charges of his enemies
25 unpopularity
26 trial & defence
27 audacity
28 condemnation
29 dignity of his last hours
30 easy death
31 Tardy repentance of Athenians: statue by Lysippus
32 Posthumous influence
33 Authorities
7 PHIDIAS: GREEK ART
1 General popular interest in Art
2 Principles on which it is based
3 Phidias taken merely as text
4 Not much known of his personal history
5 most famous statues: Minerva & Olympian Jove
6 peculiar excellences as sculptor
7 Definitions of word "Art"
8 representation of ideas of beauty & grace
9 glory & dignity of art
10 connection of plastic with literary art
11 Architecture, 1st expression of art
12 Peculiarities of Egyptian & Assyrian architecture
13 Ancient temples, tombs, pyramids, & palaces
14 General features of Grecian architecture
15 Doric, Ionic, & Corinthian orders
16 Simplicity & beauty of their proportions
17 horizontal lines of Greek & vertical lines of Gothic architecture
18 Assyrian, Egyptian, & Indian sculpture
19 Superiority of Greek sculpture
20 Ornamentation of temples with statues of gods, heroes, & distinguished men
21 great sculptors of antiquity
22 Their ideal excellence
23 Antiquity of painting in Babylon & Egypt
24 Its gradual development in Greece
25 Famous Grecian painters
26 Decline of art among Romans
27 Art as seen in literature
28 Literature not permanent without art
29 Artists as class
30 Art refining influence rather than moral power
31 Authorities
8 LITERARY GENIUS GREEK & ROMAN CLASSICS
1 Richness of Greek classic poetry
2 Homer
3 Greek lyrical poetry
4 Pindar
5 Dramatic poetry
6 Aeschylus, Sophocles, & Euripides
7 Greek comedy: Aristophanes
8 Roman poetry
9 Naevius, Plautus, Terence
10 Roman epic poetry: Virgil
11 Lyrical poetry: Horace, Catullus
12 Didactic poetry: Lucretius
13 Elegiac poetry: Ovid, Tibullus
14 Satire: Horace, Martial, Juvenal
15 Perfection of Greek prose writers
16 History: Herodotus
17 Thucydides, Xenophon
18 Roman historians
19 Julius Caesar
20 Livy
21 Tacitus
22 Orators
23 Pericles
24 Demosthenes
25 Aeschines
26 Cicero
27 Learned men: Varro
28 Seneca
29 Quintilian
30 Lucian
31 Authorities
 
 
2 Jewish Heroes & Prophets 99,312W 398P 6:38
1 ABRAHAM: RELIGIOUS FAITH
1 Abraham spiritual father of nations
2 General forgetfulness of God when Abraham arose
3 Civilization in his age
4 Ancestors of Abram
5 His settlement in Haran
6 His moral courage
7 call of Abram
8 His migrations
9 Canaanites
10 Abram in Egypt
11 Separation between Abram & Lot
12 Melchizedek
13 Abram covenants with God
14 mission of Hebrews
15 faith of Abram
16 Its peculiarities
17 Trials of faith
18 God's covenant with Abram
19 sacrifice of Isaac
20 Paternal rights among Oriental nations
21 Universality of sacrifice
22 Had Abram right to sacrifice Isaac?
23 Supreme test of his faith
24 His obedience to God
25 His righteousness
26 Supremacy of religious faith
27 Abraham's defects
28 most favored of mortals
29 boons he bestowed
2 JOSEPH: ISRAEL IN EGYPT
1 Early days of Joseph
2 Envy of his brethren
3 Sale of Joseph
4 Its providential results
5 Fortunes of Joseph in Egypt
6 imprisonment of Joseph
7 Favor with king
8 Joseph prime minister
9 Shepherd kings
10 service of Joseph to king
11 Famine in Egypt
12 Power of Pharaoh
13 Power of priests
14 Character of priests
15 Knowledge of priests
16 Teachings of priests
17 Egyptian gods
18 Antiquity of sacrifices
19 Civilization of Egypt
20 Initiation of Joseph in Egyptian knowledge
21 Austerity to his brethren
22 Grief of Jacob
23 Severity of famine in Canaan
24 Jacob allows departure of Benjamin
25 Joseph's partiality to Benjamin
26 His continued austerity to his brethren
27 Joseph at length reveals himself
28 kindness of Pharaoh
29 Israel in Egypt
30 Prosperity of Israelites
31 Old age of Jacob
32 His blessing to Joseph's sons
33 Jacob's predictions
34 Death of Jacob
35 Death of Joseph
36 Character of Joseph
37 Condition of Israelites in Egypt
38 Rameses Great
39 Acquisitions of Israelites in Egypt
40 Influence of Egyptian civilization on Israelites
3 MOSES: JEWISH JURISPRUDENCE

1 Exalted mission of Moses

2 appearance at great crisis
3 early advantages & education
4 premature ambition
5 retirement to wilderness
6 Description of land of Midian
7 Studies & meditations of Moses
8 Book of Genesis
9 Call of Moses & return to Egypt
10 Appearance before Pharaoh
11 Miraculous deliverance of Israelites
12 Their sojourn in wilderness
13 labors of Moses
14 Moral Code
15 Universality of obligations
16 General acceptance of 10 Commandments
17 foundation of ritualistic laws
18 Utility of ritualism in certain states of society
19 Immortality seemingly ignored
20 possible reason of Moses
21 Its relation to religion of Egypt
22 Civil Code of Moses
23 Reasons for isolation of Israelites
24 wisdom of Civil Code
25 Source of wisdom of Moses
26 divine legation of Moses
27 Logical consequences of its denial
28 General character of Moses
29 last days
30 influence
4 SAMUEL: ISRAEL UNDER JUDGES
1 Condition of Israelites on death of Joshua
2 Judges
3 Birth & youth of Samuel
4 Jewish Theocracy
5 Eli & his sons
6 Samuel called to be judge
7 His efforts to rekindle religious life
8 school of prophets
9 people want king
10 Views of Samuel as to change of government
11 He tells people consequences
12 Persistency of Israelites
13 Condition of nation
14 Saul privately anointed king
15 Clothed with regal power
16 Mistakes & wars of Saul
17 Spares Agag
18 Rebuked by Samuel
19 Samuel withdraws into retirement
20 Seeks successor to Saul
21 Jehovah indicates selection of David
22 Saul becomes proud & jealous
23 His wars with Philistines
24 Great victory at Michmash
25 Death of Samuel
26 Universal mourning
27 His character as Prophet
28 His moral greatness
29 His transcendent influence
5 DAVID: ISRAELITISH CONQUESTS

1 David as an historical study

2 Early days of David
3 His accomplishments
4 His connection with Saul
5 His love for Jonathan
6 Death of Saul
7 David becomes king
8 Death of Abnerj
9 David generally recognized as king
10 Makes Jerusalem his capital
11 Alliance with Hiram
12 Transfer of Sacred Ark
13 Folly of David's Wife
14 Organization of kingdom
15 Joab Commander-in-chief of army
16 court of David
17 His polygamy
18 War with Moab
19 War with Ammonites
20 Conquest of Edomites
21 Bathsheba
22 David's shame & repentance
23 Edward Irving on David's fall
24 Its causes
25 Census of people
26 Why this was folly
27 Wickedness of David's children
28 Amnon
29 Alienation of David's subjects
30 famine in Judah
31 Revolt of Sheba
32 Adonijah seeks to steal sceptre
33 Troubles & trials of David
34 Preparation for building Temple
35 David's wealth
36 His premature old age
37 Absalom's rebellion & death
38 David's final labors
39 His character as man & monarch
40 Why he was man after God's own heart
41 David's services
42 His Psalms
43 Their mighty influence
6 SOLOMON GLORY OF MONARCHY
1 Early years of Solomon
2 His first acts as monarch
3 prosperity of his kingdom
4 Glory of Solomon
5 mistakes
6 marriage with an Egyptian princess
7 harem
8 Building of Temple
9 Its magnificence
10 treasures accumulated in it
11 Its dedication
12 sacrifices in its honor
13 Extraordinary celebration of Festivals
14 royal palace in Jerusalem
15 royal palace on Mount Lebanon
16 Excessive taxation of people
17 Forced labor
18 Change of habits & pursuits
19 Solomon's effeminacy & luxury
20 His unpopularity
21 His latter days of shame
22 His death
23 Character
24 Influence of his reign
25 writings
26 Their great value
27 Canticles
28 Proverbs
29 Praises of wisdom & knowledge
30 Ecclesiastes contrasted with Proverbs
31 Cynicism of Ecclesiastes
32 Hidden meaning of book
33 writing of Solomon rich in moral wisdom
34 wisdom confirmed by experience
35 Lessons to be learned by career of Solomon
7 ELIJAH: DIVISION OF KINGDOM
1 Evil days fall on Israel
2 Division of kingdom under Rehoboam
3 Jeroboam of Israel sets up golden calves
4 Other innovations
5 Egypt attacks Jerusalem
6 City saved only by immense contribution
7 Interest centres in northern kingdom
8 Ruled by bad kings
9 Given to idolatry under Ahab
10 Influence of Jezebel
11 priests of Baal
12 apostasy of Israel
13 prophet Elijah
14 extraordinary appearance
15 Appears before Ahab
16 Announces calamities
17 Flight of Elijah
18 drought
19 woman of Zarephath
20 Shields & feeds Elijah
21 He restores her son to life
22 Miseries of drought
23 Elijah confronts Ahab
24 Assembly of people at Mount Carmel
25 Presentation of choice between Jehovah & Baal
26 Elijah mocks priests of Baal
27 Triumphs, & slays them
28 Elijah promises rain
29 tempest
30 Ahab seeks Jezebel
31 She threatens Elijah in her wrath
32 Second flight of Elijah
33 His weakness & fear
34 still small voice
35 Selection of Elisha to be prophet
36 He becomes companion of Elijah
37 Character & appearance of Elisha
38 War between Ahab & Benhadad
39 Naboth & his vineyard
40 Chagrin & melancholy of Ahab
41 Wickedness & cunning of Jezebel
42 Murder of Naboth
43 Dreadful rebuke of Elijah
44 Despair of Ahab
45 Athaliah & Jehoshaphat
46 Death of Ahab
47 Regency of Jezebel
48 Ahaziah & Elijah
49 Fall of Ramoth-Gilead
50 Reaction to idolatry
51 Jehu
52 Death of Jezebel
53 Death of Ahaziah
54 massacres & reforms of Jehu
55 Extermination of idolatry
56 Last days of Elijah
57 His translation
8 ISAIAH
1 NATIONAL DEGENERACY
2 Superiority of Judah to Israel
3 succession of virtuous princes
4 Syrian wars
5 prophet Joel
6 Outward prosperity of kingdom of Judah
7 Internal decay
8 Assyrian conquests
9 Tiglath-pilneser
10 Fall of Damascus
11 Fall of Samaria
12 Demoralization of Jerusalem
13 Birth of Isaiah
14 His exalted character
15 Invasion of Judah by Assyrians
16 Hezekiah submits to Sennacherib
17 Rebels anew
18 Renewed invasion of Judah
19 Signal deliverance
20 warnings & preaching of Isaiah
21 His terrible denunciations of sin
22 Retribution spirit of his preaching
23 Holding out hope by repentance
24 Absence of art in his writings
25 National wickedness ending in calamities
26 God's moral government
27 Isaiah's predictions fulfilled
28 Woes denounced on Judah
29 Fall of Babylon foretold
30 Predicted woes of Moab
31 Woes denounced on Egypt
32 Calamities of Tyre
33 General predictions of woe on other nations
34 End & purpose of chastisements
35 Isaiah Prophet of Hope
36 promised glories of Chosen People
37 Messianic promises
38 Exultation of Isaiah
39 His catholicity
40 promised reign of peace
41 future glories of righteous
42 Glad tidings declared to whole world
43 Messianic triumphs
9 JEREMIAH: FALL OF JERUSALEM
1 Sadness & greatness of Jeremiah
2 Second as prophet only to Isaiah
3 Jeremiah Prophet of Despair
4 Evil days in which he was born
5 National misfortunes predicted
6 Idolatry crying sin of times
7 Discovery of & Book of Deuteronomy
8 Renewed study of Law
9 reforms of Josiah
10 greatness of Josiah
11 Inability to stem prevailing wickedness
12 Incompleteness of Josiah's reforms
13 Necho 2 extends his conquests
14 Death of Josiah
15 Lamentations on death of Josiah
16 Rapid decline of kingdom
17 voice of Jeremiah drowned
18 Invasion of Assyria by Necho
19 Shallum succeeds Josiah
20 Eliakim succeeds Shallum
21 His follies
22 Judah's relapse into idolatry
23 Neglect of Sabbath
24 Jeremiah announces approaching calamity
25 His voice unheeded
26 His despondency
27 Fall of Nineveh
28 Defeat & retreat of Necho
29 Greatness of Nebuchadnezzar
30 Appears before Jerusalem
31 Fall of Jerusalem, but destruction delayed
32 Folly & infatuation of people of Jerusalem
33 Revolt of city
34 Zedekiah king temporizes
35 Expostulations of Jeremiah
36 Nebuchadnezzar loses patience
37 2nd fall of Jerusalem
38 captivity
39 Weeping by river of Babylon
10 JUDAS MACCABAEUS - RESTORATION OF JEWISH COMMONWEALTH
1 Eventful career of Judas Maccabaeus
2 Condition of Jews after their return from Babylon
3 Condition of Jerusalem
4 Fanatical hatred of idolatry
5 Severe morality of Jews after captivity
6 Pharisees
7 Sadducees
8 Synagogues, their number & popularity
9 Jewish Sanhedrim
10 Advance in sacred literature
11 Apocryphal Books
12 Isolation of Jews
13 Dark age of Jewish history
14 Power of high priests
15 Persian Empire
16 Judaea province of Persian Empire
17 Jews at Alexandria
18 Judaea battle-ground of Egyptians & Syrians
19 Syrian kings
20 Antiochus Epiphanes
21 His persecution of Jews
22 Helplessness of Jews
23 Sack of Jerusalem
24 Desecration of Temple
25 Mattathias
26 His piety & bravery
27 Revolt of Mattathias
28 Slaughter of Jews
29 Death of Mattathias
30 His gallant sons
31 Judas Maccabaeus
32 His military genius
33 Syrian generals
34 Wrath of Antiochus
35 Desolation of Jerusalem
36 Judas defeats Syrian general
37 Judas cleanses & dedicates Temple
38 Fortifies Jerusalem
39 Feast of Dedication
40 Renewed hostilities
41 Successes of Judas
42 Death of Antiochus
43 Deliverance of Jews
44 Rivalry between Lysias & Philip
45 Death of Eleazer
46 Bacchides
47 Embassy to Rome
48 Death of Judas Maccabaeus
49 Judas succeeded by his brother Jonathan
50 Heroism of Jonathan
51 His death by treachery
52 Jonathan succeeded by his brother Simon
53 Simon's military successes
54 His prosperous administration
55 Succeeded by John Hyrcanus
56 great talents & success of John Hyrcanus
57 Asmonean princes
58 Pompey takes Jerusalem
59 Accession of Herod Great
60 He destroys Asmonean princes
61 His prosperous reign
62 Foundation of Caesarea
63 Latter days of Herod
64 Loathsome death of Herod
65 Birth of Jesus Christ
11 SAINT PAUL: SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITY
1 Birth & early days of Saul
2 Phariseeism
3 persecution of Christians
4 wonderful conversion
5 leading idea
6 Saul preacher at Damascus
7 Saul's visit to Jerusalem
8 Saul in Tarsus
9 Saul & Barnabas at Antioch
10 Description of Antioch
11 Contribution of churches for Jerusalem
12 Saul & Barnabas at Jerusalem
13 Labors & discouragements
14 Saul & Barnabas at Cyprus
15 Saul smites Elymas sorcerer
16 Missionary travels of Paul
17 Paul converts Timothy
18 Paul at Lystra & Derbe
19 Return of Paul to Antioch
20 Controversy about circumcision
11 SAINT PAUL: SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITY
21 Bigotry of Jewish converts
22 Paul again visits Jerusalem
23 Paul & Barnabas quarrel
24 Paul chooses Silas for companion
25 Paul & Silas visit infant churches
26 Tact of Paul
27 Paul & Luke
28 missionaries at Philippi
29 Paul & Silas at Thessalonica
30 Paul at Athens
31 Character of Athenians
32 success of Paul at Athens
33 Paul goes to Corinth
34 Paul led before Gallio
35 Mistake of Gallio
36 Paul's Epistle to Thessalonians
37 Paul at Ephesus
38 Temple of Diana
39 Excessive labors of Paul at Ephesus
40 Paul's first Epistle to Corinthians
11 SAINT PAUL: SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITY
41 Popularity of Apollos
42 2nd Epistle to Corinthians
43 Paul again at Corinth
44 Epistles to Galatians & Romans
45 Pauline theology
46 Paul's last visit to Jerusalem
47 His cold reception
48 His arrest & imprisonment
49 trial of Paul before Felix
40 Character of Felix
41 Paul kept prisoner by Felix
42 Paul's defence before Festus
43 Paul appeals to Caesar
44 Paul preaches before Agrippa
45 His voyage to Italy
46 Paul's life at Rome
47 Character of Paul
48 His magnificent services
49 His triumphant death
 
 
3 Ancient Achievements 193,465W 774 12:54
1 91,914W 368 6:08
1 MOHAMMED: SARACENIC CONQUESTS
1 Change of public opinion about Mohammed
2 Astonishing triumph of Mohammedanism
3 Old religious systems of Arabia
4 Polytheism succeeds doctrines of Magians
5 necessity of reform
6 Early life of Mohammed
7 Cadijeh
8 Mohammed's meditations & dreams
9 His belief in personal God
10 He preaches his new doctrines
11 opposition & ridicule of his countrymen
12 perseverance of Mohammed amid obstacles
13 His flight to Medina
14 Koran & its doctrines
15 Change in Mohammed's mode of propagating his doctrines
16 Polygamy & sensual paradise
17 Warlike means to convert Arabia
18 Mohammed accommodates his doctrines to habits of his countrymen
19 Encourages martial fanaticism
20 Conquest of Arabia
21 Private life of Mohammed, after his success
22 Carlyle's apology for Mohammed
23 conquest of Syria & Egypt
24 Conquest of Persia & India
25 Deductions in view of Saracenic conquests
26 Necessity of supernatural aid in conversion of world Authorities
2 CHARLEMAGNE: REVIVAL OF WESTERN EMPIRE
1 Ancestry & early life of Charlemagne
2 Merovingian princes
3 Condition of Europe on accession of Charlemagne
4 Necessity for such hero to arise
5 His perils & struggles
6 Wars with Saxons
7 difficulties of Saxon conquest
8 Forced conversion of Saxons
9 Norman pirates
10 Conquest of Avares
11 Unsuccessful war with Saracens
12 Lombard wars
13 Coronation of Charlemagne at Rome
14 Imperialism & its influences
15 dismemberment of Charlemagne's empire
16 Foundation of Feudalism
17 Charlemagne as legislator
18 His alliance with clergy
19 His administrative abilities
20 Reasons why he patronized clergy
21 Results of Charlemagne's policy
22 Hallam's splendid eulogy
23 Authorities
3 HILDEBRAND: PAPAL EMPIRE
1 Wonderful government of Papacy
2 Its vitality
3 Its contradictions
4 Its fascinations
5 crimes of which it is accused
6 General character of popes
7 Gregory 7 most famous
8 His personal history
9 His autocratic ideas
10 His reign at right time
11 1000s Society in Europe
12 Character of clergy
13 monks, & need of reform
14 Character of popes before Gregory
15 Celibacy of clergy
16 Alliance of Papacy & Monasticism
17 Opposition to reforms of Hildebrand
18 Terrible power of excommunication
19 Simony & its evils
20 Secularization of clergy
21 Separation of spiritual from temporal power
22 Henry 4 of Germany
23 Approaching strife between Henry & Hildebrand
24 Their respective weapons
25 Henry summoned to Rome
26 Excommunication of Henry
27 Henry deserted & disarmed
28 Compelled to yield to Hildebrand
29 His great mistake
30 Renewed contest
31 Humiliation of Pope
32 Moral effects of contest
33 Speculations about Papal power Authorities
4 SAINT BERNARD: MONASTIC INSTITUTIONS
1 Antiquity of Monastic life
2 Causes which led to it
3 Oriental asceticism
4 Religious contemplation
5 Insoluble questions
6 Self-expiations
7 Basil founder of Monasticism
8 His interesting history
9 Gregory Nazianzen
10 Vows of monks
11 Their antagonism to prevailing evils
12 Vow of Poverty opposed to money-making
13 That of Chastity protest against prevailing impurity
14 Origin of celibacy
15 Its subsequent corruption
16 Necessity of vow of Obedience
17 Benedict & Monastery of Monte Casino
18 His rules generally adopted
19 Lofty & useful life of early monks
20 Growth & wealth of Monastic institutions
21 Magnificence of Mediaeval convents
22 Privileges of monks
23 Luxury of Benedictines
24 Relaxation of discipline
25 Degeneracy of monks
26 Compared with secular clergy
27 Benefits which Monasticism conferred
28 Learning of monks
29 Their common life
30 Revival of Learning
31 Rise of Scholasticism
32 Saint Bernard
33 His early piety & great attainments
34 His vast moral influence
35 His reforms & labors
36 Rise of Dominicans & Franciscans
37 Zeal of mendicant friars
38 General benefits of Monastic institutions
39 Authorities
5 SAINT ANSELM: MEDIAEVAL THEOLOGY
1 Birth & early life of Anselm
2 Abbey of Bee
3 Scholarly life of Anselm
4 Visits of Anselm to England
5 Compared with Becket
6 Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury
7 Privileges of Archbishop
8 Unwillingness of Anselm to be elevated
9 Lanfranc succeeded by Anselm
10 Quarrel between Anselm & William Rufus
11 Despotic character of William
12 Disputed claims of Popes Urban & Clement
13 Council of Rockingham
14 Royal efforts to depose Anselm
15 Firmness & heroism of Anselm
16 Duplicity of king
17 His intrigues with Pope
18 Pretended reconciliation with Anselm
19 Appeals to Rome
20 Inordinate claims of Pope
21 Allegiance of Anselm to Pope
22 Anselm at Rome
23 Death of William & Accession of Henry 1
24 Royal encroachments
25 Henry quarrels with Anselm
26 Results of quarrel
27 Anselm as theologian
28 Theology of Middle Ages
29 Monks become philosophers
30 Gotschalk & predestination
31 John Scotus Erigena
32 Revived spirit of inquiry
33 Services of Anselm to theology
34 He brings philosophy to support theology
35 Combats Nominalism
36 His philosophical deductions
37 His devout Christian spirit
38 Authorities
6 THOMAS AQUINAS: SCHOLASTIC PHILOSOPHY
1 Peter Abelard
2 Gives new impulse to philosophy
3 Rationalistic tendency of his teachings
4 hatreds he created
5 Peter Lombard
6 His "Book of Sentences"
7 Introduction of writings of Aristotle into Europe
8 University of Paris
9 Character of students
10 Their various studies
11 Aristotle's logic used
12 method of Schoolmen
13 Dominicans & Franciscans
14 Innocent 3
15 Thomas Aquinas
16 His early life & studies
17 Albertus Magnus
18 Aquinas's 1st great work
19 Made Doctor of Theology
20 His "Summa Theologica"
21 Its vast learning
22 Parallel between Aquinas & Plato
23 Parallel between Plato & Aristotle
24 Influence of Scholasticism
25 Waste of intellectual life
26 Scholasticism attractive to Middle Ages
27 To be admired like cathedral
28 Authorities
7 THOMAS BECKET: PRELATICAL POWER
1 Becket puzzle to historians
2 His early history
3 His gradual elevation
4 Friendship with Henry 2
5 Becket made Chancellor
6 Elevated to See of Canterbury
7 Dignity of an archbishop of Canterbury
8 Lanfranc
9 Anselm
10 Theobald
11 Becket in contrast
12 His ascetic habits as priest
13 His high-church principles
14 Upholds spiritual courts
15 Defends privileges of his order
16 Conflict with king
17 Constitutions of Clarendon
18 Persecution of Becket
19 He yields at 1st to king
20 His repentance
21 Defection of bishops
22 Becket escapes to Continent
23 Supported by Louis 7 of France
24 Insincerity of Pope
25 Becket at Pontigny in exile
26 His indignant rebuke of Pope
27 Who excommunicates Archbishop of York
28 Henry obliged to compromise
29 Hollow reconciliation with Becket
30 Return of Becket to Canterbury
31 His triumphal procession
32 Annoyance of Henry
33 Assassination of Becket
34 Consequences of murder
35 Authorities
8 FEUDAL SYSTEM

1 Anarchies of Merovingian period

2 Society on dissolution of Charlemagne's empire
3 Allodial tenure
4 Origin of Feudalism
5 Dependence & protection principles of Feudalism
6 Peasants & their masters
7 sentiment of loyalty
8 Contentment of peasantry
9 Evils that cannot be redressed
10 Submission to them necessity
11 Division of Charlemagne's empire
12 Life of nobles
13 Pleasures & habits of feudal barons
14 Aristocratic character of Feudalism
15 Slavery of people
16 Indirect blessings of Feudalism
17 Slavery not unmixed evil
18 Influence of chivalry
19 Devotion to woman
20 lady of baronial castle
21 Reasons why women were worshipped
22 Dignity of baronial home
23 Christian woman contrasted with pagan
24 Glory & beauty of Chivalry
25 Authorities
9 Crusades: great external event of Middle Ages
1 semi-religious & semi-military movement
2 What gives interest to wars?
3 Wars exponents of prevailing ideas
4 overruling of all wars
5 majesty of Providence seen in war
6 Origin of Crusades
7 Pilgrimages to Jerusalem
8 Miseries & insults of pilgrims
9 Intense hatred of Mohammedanism
10 Peter of Amiens
11 Council of Clermont
12 1st Crusade
13 Its miseries & mistakes
14 2nd Crusade
15 3rd Crusade
16 4th, Children's, 5th, & 6th Crusades
17 7th Crusade
18 All alike unsuccessful, & wasteful of life & energies
19 Peculiarities & immense mistakes of Crusaders
20 moral evils of Crusades
21 Ultimate results of Crusades
22 Barrier made against Mohammedan conquests
23 Political necessity of Crusades
24 Their effect in weakening Feudal system
25 Effect of Crusades on growth of cities
26 On commerce & art & literature
27 They scatter germs of new civilization
28 They centralize power
29 They ultimately elevate European races
30 Authorities
10 WILLIAM OF WYKEHAM: GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE
1 Roman architecture
21 st form of Christian church
3 change to Romanesque
4 Its peculiarities
5 Its connection with Monasticism
6 9 - 1000s Gloomy aspect of churches
7 Effect of Crusades on church architecture
8 Church architecture becomes cheerful
9 Gothic churches of France & Germany
10 English Mediaeval churches
11 Glories of pointed arch
12 Effect of Renaissance on architecture
13 16 - 1700s Mongrel style
14 Revival of pure gothic
15 Churches should be adapted to their uses
16 Incongruity of Protestantism with ritualistic architecture
17 Protestantism demands church for preaching
18 Gothic vaults unfavorable to oratory
19 Authorities
11 JOHN WYCLIF: DAWN OF REFORMATION
1 Harmony of Protestant & Mediaeval creeds
2 Reformation moral movement
3 evils of Papal institutions
4 evils of monastic life
5 Quarrels & dissoluteness of monks
6 Birth of Wyclif
7 His scholastic attainments & honors
8 His political influence
9 powers who have ruled world
10 Wyclif sent on mission to Bruges
11 Protection of John of Gaunt
12 Wyclif summoned to an ecclesiastical council
13 His defenders & foes
14 Triumph of Wyclif
15 He openly denounces Pope
16 His translation of Bible
17 Opposition to it by higher clergy
18 Hostility of Roman Catholicism to right of private judgment
19 Hostility to Bible in vernacular tongues
20 Spread of Bible in English
21 Wyclif as doctrinal reformer
22 He attacks Transubstantiation
23 Deserted by Duke of Lancaster
24 But dies peaceably in his parish
25 Wyclif contrasted with Luther
26 His great services to church
27 Reasons why he escaped martyrdom
28 Authorities
 
 
 
 
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1 DANTE:
RISE OF MODERN POETRY
1 antiquity of Poetry
2 greatness of Poets
3 Their influence on Civilization
4 true poet one of rarest of men
5 pre-eminence of Homer, Dante, Shakspeare, & Goethe
6 Characteristics of Dante
7 His precocity
8 His moral wisdom & great attainments
9 His terrible scorn & his isolation
10 State of society when Dante was born
11 His banishment
12 Guelphs & Ghibellines
13 Dante stimulated to his great task by an absorbing sentiment
14 Beatrice
15 Dante's passion for Beatrice analyzed
16 worship of ideal qualities foundation of lofty love
17 mystery of love
18 Its exalted realism
19 Dedication of Dante's life-labors to departed Beatrice
20 Divine Comedy: study
21 Inferno: its graphic pictures
22 Its connection with ideas of Middle Ages
23 physical hell of Dante in its connection with Mediaeval
24 doctrine of Retribution
25 Purgatorio: its moral wisdom
26 Origin of doctrine of Purgatory
27 Its consolation amid speculations of despair
28 Paradiso
29 Its discussion of grand themes
30 Divina Commedia makes an epoch in civilization
31 Dante's life an epic
32 His exalted character
33 His posthumous influence
2 1300s GEOFFREY CHAUCER:
ENGLISH LIFE
1 characteristics of 14th century
2 Its great events & characters
3 State of society in England when Chaucer arose
4 His early life
5 His intimacy with John of Gaunt, great Duke of Lancaster
6 His prosperity
7 His poetry
8 Canterbury Tales
9 Their fidelity to Nature & English life
10 Connection of his poetry with formation of English Language
11 Pilgrims of Canterbury Tales
12 Chaucer's views of women & of love
13 His description of popular sports & amusements
14 1300s preponderance of country life
15 Chaucer's description of popular superstitions
16 Of ecclesiastical abuses
17 His emancipation from ideas of Middle Ages
18 Peculiarities of his poetry
19 Chaucer's private life
20 respect in which he was held
21 Influence of his poetry
3 CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS:
MARITIME DISCOVERIES
1 Marco Polo His travels
2 1300s geographical problems Sought to be solved by Christopher Columbus
3 difficulties he had to encounter
4 Regarded as visionary man
5 His persistence
6 Influence of women in great enterprises
7 Columbus introduced to Queen Isabella
8 Excuses for his opponents
9 Queen favors his projects
10 1st voyage of Columbus
11 Its dangers
12 Discovery of Bahama Islands
13 Discovery of Cuba & Hispaniola
14 Columbus returns to Spain
15 excitement & enthusiasm produced by his discoveries
16 2nd voyage
17 Extravagant expectations of Columbus
1 Disasters of colonists
2 Decline of popularity of Columbus
3 3rd voyage
4 His arrest & disgrace
5 4th voyage
6 His death
7 Greatness of his services
8 Results of his discoveries
9 Colonization
10 mines of Peru & Mexico
11 effects on Europe of rapid increase of precious metals
12 True sources of national wealth
13 destinies of America Its true mission
4 SAVONAROLA:
UNSUCCESSFUL REFORMS
1 age of Savonarola
2 Revival of Classic Literature
3 Ecclesiastical corruptions
4 Religious apathy: awakened intelligence: infidel spirit
5 Youth of Savonarola
6 His piety
7 Begins to preach
8 His success at Florence
9 Peculiarities of his eloquence
10 Death of Lorenzo de Medici
11 Savonarola as political leader
12 Denunciation of tyranny
13 His influence in giving constitution to Florentines
14 Difficulties of Constitution-making
15 His method of teaching political science
16 Peculiarities of new Rule
17 Its great wisdom
18 Savonarola as reformer
19 As moralist
20 Terrible denunciation of sin in high places
21 prophet of woe
22 Contrast between Savonarola & Luther
23 sermons of Savonarola
24 His marvellous eloquence
25 Its peculiarities
26 enemies of Savonarola
27 Savonarola persecuted
28 His appeal to Europe
29 people desert him
30 Months of torment
31 His martyrdom
32 His character
33 His posthumous influence
5 MICHAEL ANGELO:
REVIVAL OF ART
1 Michael Angelo as representative of reviving Art
2 Ennobling effects of Art when inspired by lofty sentiments
3 1500s Brilliancy of Art
4 Early life of Michael Angelo
5 His aptitude for Art
6 Patronized by Lorenzo de Medici
7 Sculpture later in its development than Architecture
8 chief works of Michael Angelo as sculptor
9 peculiarity of his sculptures
10 Michael Angelo as painter
11 History of painting in Middle Ages
12 Da Vinci
13 frescos of Sistine Chapel
14 Last Judgment
15 cartoon of battle of Pisa
16 variety as well as moral grandeur of Michael Angelo's paintings
17 Ennobling influence of his works
18 His works as architect
19 St Peter's Church
20 Revival of Roman & Grecian Architecture
21 Contrasted with Gothic Architecture
22 Michael Angelo rescues beauties of Paganism
23 Not responsible for absurdities of Renaissance
24 Greatness of Michael Angelo as man
25 His industry, temperance, dignity of character, love of Art for
26 Art's sake
27 His indifference to rewards & praises
28 His transcendent fame
6 MARTIN LUTHER:
PROTESTANT REFORMATION
1 Luther's predecessors
2 Corruptions of Church
3 Luther man for work of reform
4 His peculiarities
5 His early piety
6 Enters Monastery
7 His religious experience
8 Made Professor of Divinity at Wittenberg
9 Pope in great need of money to complete St Peter's
10 Indulgences: principles on which they were based
11 Luther, indignant, preaches Justification by Faith
12 His immense popularity
13 Grace cardinal principle of Reformation
14 Reformation began as religious movement
15 defence of Luther's doctrine
16 supreme authority of Scriptures
17 Public disputation at Leipsic between Luther & Eck
18 Connection between advocacy of Bible as supreme authority & right of private judgment
19 Religious liberty sequence of private judgment
20 Connection between religious & civil liberty
21 Contrast between Leo 1 & Luther
22 Luther as reformer
23 His boldness & popularity
24 He alarms Rome
25 His translation of Bible, his hymns, & other works
26 Summoned by imperial authority to Diet of Worms
27 His memorable defence
28 His immortal legacies
29 His death & character
7 THOMAS CRANMER:
ENGLISH REFORMATION
1 Importance of English Reformation
2 Cranmer its best exponent
3 What was effected during reign of Henry 8
4 Thomas Cromwell
5 Suppression of Monasteries
6 Their opposition to revival of Learning
7 Their exceeding corruption
8 Their great wealth & its confiscation
9 Ecclesiastical courts
10 Sir Thomas More: his execution
11 Main feature of Henry 8's anti-clerical measures
12 Fall of Cromwell
13 Rise of Cranmer
14 His characteristics
15 His wise moderation
16 His fortunate suggestions to Henry 8
17 Made Archbishop of Canterbury
18 Difficulties of his position
19 Reforms made by government, not by people
20 Accession of Edward 6
21 Cranmer's Church reforms: open communion: abolition of Mass: new English liturgy
22 Marriage among clergy: 42 Articles
23 Accession of Mary
24 Persecution of Reformers
25 Reactionary measures
26 Arrest, weakness, & recantation of Cranmer
27 His noble death: his character
28 Death of Mary
29 Accession of Elizabeth, & return of exiles to England
30 Elizabethan Age
31 Conservative reforms & conciliatory measures
32 Thirty-nine Articles
33 Nonconformists
34 Their doctrines & discipline
35 great Puritan controversy
36 Puritans represent popular side of Reformation
37 Their theology
38 Their moral discipline
39 Their connection with civil liberty
40 Summary of English Reformation
8 IGNATIUS LOYOLA:
RISE & INFLUENCE OF JESUITS
1 counter-reformation effected by Jesuits
2 Picture of times: theological doctrines
3 Monastic Orders no longer available
4 Ignatius Loyola
5 His early life
6 Founds new order of Monks
7 Wonderful spread of Society of Jesus
8 Their efficient organization
9 Causes of success in general
10 Virtues & abilities of early Jesuits
11 Their devotion & bravery
12 Jesuit Missions
13 Veneration for Loyola: his "Spiritual Exercises"
14 Lainez
15 Singular obedience exacted of members of Society
16 Absolute power of General of Order
17 Voluntary submission of Jesuits to complete despotism
18 Jesuits adapt themselves to circumstances of society
19 Causes of decline of their influence
20 Corruption of most human institutions
21 Jesuits become rich & then corrupt
22 Esprit de corps of Jesuits
23 Their doctrine of expediency
24 Their political intrigues
25 Persecution of Protestants
26 enemies they made
27 Madame de Pompadour
28 Suppression of Order
29 Their return to power
30 Reasons why Protestants fear & dislike them
9 JOHN CALVIN:
PROTESTANT THEOLOGY
1 John Calvin's position
2 His early life & precocity
3 Becomes leader of Protestants
4 Removes to Geneva
5 His habits & character
6 Temporary exile
7 Convention at Frankfort
8 Melancthon, Luther, Calvin, & Catholic doctrines
9 Return to Geneva, & marriage
10 Calvin compared with Luther
11 Calvin as legislator
12 His reform
13 His views of Eucharist
14 Excommunication, etc
15 His dislike of ceremonies & festivals
16 simplicity of worship of God
17 His ideas of church government
18 Absence of toleration
19 Church & State
20 Exaltation of preaching
21 Calvin as theologian: his Institutes
22 His doctrine of Predestination
23 His general doctrines in harmony with Mediaeval theology
24 His views of sin & forgiveness: Calvinism
25 He exacts same authority to logical deduction from admitted
26 truths as to direct declarations of Scripture
27 Puritans led away by Calvin's intellectuality
28 His whole theology radiates from doctrine of majesty of God & littleness of man
29 To him personal God is everything
30 Defects of his system
31 Calvin an aristocrat
32 His intellectual qualities
33 His prodigious labors
34 His severe characteristics
35 His vast influence
36 His immortal fame
10 LORD BACON:
NEW PHILOSOPHY
1 Lord Bacon as portrayed by Macaulay
2 His great defects of character
3 Contrast made between man & philosopher
4 Bacon's youth & accomplishments
5 Enters Parliament
6 Seeks office
7 At height of fortune & fame
8 His misfortunes
9 Consideration of charges against him
10 His counterbalancing merits
11 exaltation by Macaulay of material life
12 Bacon made its exponent
13 But aims of Bacon were higher
14 true spirit of his philosophy
15 Deductive philosophies
16 His new method
17 Bacon's Works
18 Relations of his philosophy
19 Material science & knowledge
20 Comparison of knowledge with wisdom
11 GALILEO:
ASTRONOMICAL DISCOVERIES
1 brilliant portent
2 greatness of 16th century
3 Artists, scholars, reformers, religious defenders
4 Maritime discoveries
5 Literary, ecclesiastical, political achievements
6 Youth of Galileo
7 His early discoveries
8 Genius for mathematics
9 Professor at Pisa
10 Ridicules old philosophers: invents thermometer
11 Compared with Kepler
12 Galileo teaches doctrines of Copernicus
13 Gives offence by his railleries & mockeries
14 Theology & science
15 Astronomical knowledge of Ancients
16 Utilization of science
17 Construction of 1st telescope
18 Galileo's reward
19 His successive discoveries
20 His enemies
11 GALILEO:
ASTRONOMICAL DISCOVERIES
21 High scientific rank in Europe
22 Hostility of Church
23 Galileo summoned before Inquisition: his condemnation & admonition
24 His new offences
25 Summoned before council of Cardinals
26 His humiliation
27 His recantations
28 Consideration of his position
29 Greatness of mind rather than character
30 His confinement at Arceti
31 Opposition to science
32 His melancholy old age & blindness
33 Visited by John Milton: comparison of 2, when blind
34 Consequence of Galileo's discoveries
35 Later results
36 Vastness of universe
37 Grandeur of astronomical science
4 Imperial Antiquity
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1 Conversion of Paula by St Jerome After painting by L Alma-Tadema
 
 
5 Middle Ages 93,519W 374 6:14
1 MOHAMMED:
SARACENIC CONQUESTS
1 Change of public opinion about Mohammed
2 Astonishing triumph of Mohammedanism
3 Old religious systems of Arabia
4 Polytheism succeeds doctrines of Magians
5 necessity of reform
6 Early life of Mohammed
7 Cadijeh
8 Mohammed's meditations & dreams
9 His belief in personal God
10 He preaches his new doctrines
11 opposition & ridicule of his countrymen
12 perseverance of Mohammed amid obstacles
13 His flight to Medina
14 Koran & its doctrines
15 Change in Mohammed's mode of propagating his doctrines
16 Polygamy & sensual paradise
17 Warlike means to convert Arabia
18 Mohammed accommodates his doctrines to habits of his countrymen
19 Encourages martial fanaticism
20 Conquest of Arabia
21 Private life of Mohammed, after his success
22 Carlyle's apology for Mohammed
23 conquest of Syria & Egypt
24 Conquest of Persia & India
25 Deductions in view of Saracenic conquests
26 Necessity of supernatural aid in conversion of world
27 Authorities
2 CHARLEMAGNE:
REVIVAL OF WESTERN EMPIRE
1 Ancestry & early life of Charlemagne
2 Merovingian princes
3 Condition of Europe on accession of Charlemagne
4 Necessity for such hero to arise
5 His perils & struggles
6 Wars with Saxons
7 difficulties of Saxon conquest
8 Forced conversion of Saxons
9 Norman pirates
10 Conquest of Avares
11 Unsuccessful war with Saracens
12 Lombard wars
13 Coronation of Charlemagne at Home
14 Imperialism & its influences
15 dismemberment of Charlemagne's empire
16 Foundation of Feudalism
17 Charlemagne as legislator
18 His alliance with clergy
19 His administrative abilities
20 Reasons why he patronized clergy
21 Results of Charlemagne's policy
22 Hallam's splendid eulogy
23 Authorities
3 HILDEBRAND: PAPAL EMPIRE
1 Wonderful government of Papacy
2 Its vitality
3 Its contradictions
4 Its fascinations
5 crimes of which it is accused
6 General character of popes
7 Gregory 7 most famous
8 His personal history
9 His autocratic ideas
10 His reign at right time
11 1000s Society in Europe
12 Character of clergy
13 monks, & need of reform
14 Character of popes before Gregory 7
15 Celibacy of clergy
16 Alliance of Papacy & Monasticism
17 Opposition to reforms of Hildebrand
18 Terrible power of excommunication
19 Simony & its evils
20 Secularization of clergy
21 Separation of spiritual from temporal power
22 Henry 4 of Germany
23 Approaching strife between Henry & Hildebrand
24 Their respective weapons
25 Henry summoned to Rome
26 Excommunication of Henry
27 Henry deserted & disarmed
28 Compelled to yield to Hildebrand
29 His great mistake
30 Renewed contest
31 Humiliation of Pope
32 Moral effects of contest
33 Speculations about Papal power
34 Authorities
4 SAINT BERNARD:
MONASTIC INSTITUTIONS
1 Antiquity of Monastic life
2 Causes which led to it
3 Oriental asceticism
4 Religious contemplation
5 Insoluble questions
6 Self-expiations
7 Basil founder of Monasticism
8 His interesting history
9 Gregory Nazianzen
10 Vows of monks
11 Their antagonism to prevailing evils
12 Vow of Poverty opposed to money-making
13 That of Chastity protest against prevailing impurity
14 Origin of celibacy
15 Its subsequent corruption
16 Necessity of vow of Obedience
17 Benedict & Monastery of Monte Casino
18 His rules generally adopted
19 Lofty & useful life of early monks
20 Growth & wealth of Monastic institutions
21 Magnificence of Mediaeval convents
22 Privileges of monks
23 Luxury of Benedictines
24 Relaxation of discipline
25 Degeneracy of monks
26 Compared with secular clergy
27 Benefits which Monasticism conferred
28 Learning of monks
29 Their common life
30 Revival of Learning
31 Rise of Scholasticism
32 Saint Bernard
33 His early piety & great attainments
34 His vast moral influence
35 His reforms & labors
36 Rise of Dominicans & Franciscans
37 Zeal of mendicant friars
38 General benefits of Monastic institutions
39 Authorities
5 SAINT ANSELM:
MEDIAEVAL THEOLOGY
1 Birth & early life of Anselm
2 Abbey of Bec
3 Scholarly life of Anselm
4 Visits of Anselm to England
5 Compared with Becket
6 Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury
7 Privileges of Archbishop
8 Unwillingness of Anselm to be elevated
9 Lanfranc succeeded by Anselm
10 Quarrel between Anselm & William Rufus
11 Despotic character of William
12 Disputed claims of Popes Urban & Clement
13 Council of Rockingham
14 Royal efforts to depose Anselm
15 Firmness & heroism of Anselm
16 Duplicity of king
17 His intrigues with Pope
18 Pretended reconciliation with Anselm
19 Appeals to Rome
20 Inordinate claims of Pope
21 Allegiance of Anselm to Pope
22 Anselm at Rome
23 Death of William & Accession of Henry 1
24 Royal encroachments
25 Henry quarrels with Anselm
26 Results of quarrel
27 Anselm as theologian
28 Theology of Middle Ages
29 Monks become philosophers
30 Gotschalk & predestination
31 John Scotus Erigena
32 Revived spirit of inquiry
33 Services of Anselm to theology
34 He brings philosophy to support theology
35 Combats Nominalism
36 His philosophical deductions
37 His devout Christian spirit
38 Authorities
6 THOMAS AQUINAS:
SCHOLASTIC PHILOSOPHY
1 Peter Abélard
2 Gives new impulse to philosophy
3 Rationalistic tendency of his teachings
4 hatreds he created
5 Peter Lombard
6 His "Book of Sentences"
7 Introduction of writings of Aristotle into Europe
8 University of Paris
9 Character of students
10 Their various studies
11 Aristotle's logic used
12 method of Schoolmen
13 Dominicans & Franciscans
14 Innocent 3
15 Thomas Aquinas
16 His early life & studies
17 Albertus Magnus
18 Aquinas's 1st great work
19 Made Doctor of Theology
20 His "Summa Theologica"
21 Its vast learning
22 Parallel between Aquinas & Plato
23 Parallel between Plato & Aristotle
24 Influence of Scholasticism
25 Waste of intellectual life
26 Scholasticism attractive to Middle Ages
27 To be admired like cathedral
28 Authorities
7 THOMAS BECKET:
PRELATICAL POWER
1 Becket puzzle to historians
2 His early history
3 His gradual elevation
4 Friendship with Henry 2
5 Becket made Chancellor
6 Elevated to See of Canterbury
7 Dignity of an archbishop of Canterbury
8 Lanfranc
9 Anselm
10 Theobald
11 Becket in contrast
12 His ascetic habits as priest
13 His high-church principles
14 Upholds spiritual courts
15 Defends privileges of his order
16 Conflict with king
17 Constitutions of Clarendon
18 Persecution of Becket
19 He yields at 1st to king
20 His repentance
21 Defection of bishops
22 Becket escapes to Continent
23 Supported by Louis 7 of France
24 Insincerity of Pope
25 Becket at Pontigny in exile
26 His indignant rebuke of Pope
27 Who excommunicates Archbishop of York
28 Henry obliged to compromise
29 Hollow reconciliation with Becket
30 Return of Becket to Canterbury
31 His triumphal procession
32 Annoyance of Henry
33 Assassination of Becket
34 Consequences of murder
35 Authorities
8 FEUDAL SYSTEM
1 Anarchies of Merovingian period
2 Society on dissolution of Charlemagne's empire
3 Allodial tenure
4 Origin of Feudalism
5 Dependence & protection principles of Feudalism
6 Peasants & their masters
7 sentiment of loyalty
8 Contentment of peasantry
9 Evils that cannot be redressed
10 Submission to them necessity
11 Division of Charlemagne's empire
12 Life of nobles
13 Pleasures & habits of feudal barons
14 Aristocratic character of Feudalism
15 Slavery of people
16 Indirect blessings of Feudalism
17 Slavery not an unmixed evil
18 Influence of chivalry
19 Devotion to woman
20 lady of baronial castle
21 Reasons why women were worshipped
22 Dignity of baronial home
23 Christian woman contrasted with pagan
24 Glory & beauty of Chivalry
25 Authorities
9 CRUSADES
1 Crusades great external event of Middle Ages
2 semi-religious & semi-military movement
3 What gives interest to wars?
4 Wars exponents of prevailing ideas
5 overruling of all wars
6 majesty of Providence seen in war
7 Origin of Crusades
8 Pilgrimages to Jerusalem
9 Miseries & insults of pilgrims
10 Intense hatred of Mohammedanism
11 Peter of Amiens
12 Council of Clermont
13 1st Crusade
14 Its miseries & mistakes
15 2nd Crusade
16 3rd Crusade
17 4th, Children's, 5th, & 6th Crusades
18 7th Crusade
19 All alike unsuccessful, & wasteful of life & energies
20 Peculiarities & immense mistakes of Crusaders
21 moral evils of Crusades
22 Ultimate results of Crusades
23 Barrier made against Mohammedan conquests
24 Political necessity of Crusades
25 Their effect in weakening Feudal system
26 Effect of Crusades on growth of cities
27 On commerce & art & literature
28 They scatter germs of new civilization
29 They centralize power
30 They ultimately elevate European races
31 Authorities
10 WILLIAM OF WYKEHAM:
GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE
1 Roman architecture 1rst form of Christian church
2 change to Romanesque
3 Its peculiarities
4 Its connection with Monasticism
5 9 - 1000s Gloomy aspect of churches
6 Effect of Crusades on church architecture
7 Church architecture becomes cheerful
8 Gothic churches of France & Germany
9 English Mediaeval churches
10 Glories of pointed arch
11 Effect of Renaissance on architecture
12 Mongrel style of seventeenth & eighteenth centuries
13 Revival of pure gothic
14 Churches should be adapted to their uses
15 Incongruity of Protestantism with ritualistic architecture
16 Protestantism demands church for preaching
17 Gothic vaults unfavorable to oratory
18 Authorities
11 JOHN WYCLIF:
DAWN OF REFORMATION
1 Harmony of Protestant & Mediaeval creeds
2 Reformation moral movement
3 evils of Papal institutions
4 evils of monastic life
5 Quarrels & dissoluteness of monks
6 Birth of Wyclif
7 His scholastic attainments & honors
8 His political influence
9 powers who have ruled world
10 Wyclif sent on mission to Bruges
11 Protection of John of Gaunt
12 Wyclif summoned to an ecclesiastical council
13 His defenders & foes
14 Triumph of Wyclif
15 He openly denounces Pope
16 His translation of Bible
17 Opposition to it by higher clergy
18 Hostility of Roman Catholicism to right of private judgment
19 Hostility to Bible in vernacular tongues
20 Spread of Bible in English
21 Wyclif as doctrinal reformer
22 He attacks Transubstantiation
23 Deserted by Duke of Lancaster
24 But dies peaceably in his parish
25 Wyclif contrasted with Luther
26 His great services to church
27 Reasons why he escaped martyrdom
28 Authorities
 
 
 
 
6 Renaissance & Reformation 102,679W 411 6:51
1 DANTE:
RISE OF MODERN POETRY
1 antiquity of Poetry
2 greatness of Poets
3 Their influence on Civilization
4 true poet one of rarest of men
5 pre-eminence of Homer, Dante, Shakspeare, & Goethe
6 Characteristics of Dante
7 His precocity
8 His moral wisdom & great attainments
9 His terrible scorn & his isolation
10 State of society when Dante was born
11 His banishment
12 Guelphs & Ghibellines
13 Dante stimulated to his great task by an absorbing sentiment
14 Beatrice
15 Dante's passion for Beatrice analyzed
16 worship of ideal qualities foundation of lofty love
17 mystery of love
18 Its exalted realism
19 Dedication of Dante's life-labors to departed Beatrice
20 Divine Comedy: study
21 Inferno: its graphic pictures
22 Its connection with ideas of Middle Ages
23 physical hell of Dante in its connection with Mediaeval doctrine of Retribution
24 Purgatorio: its moral wisdom
25 Origin of doctrine of Purgatory
26 Its consolation amid speculations of despair
27 Paradiso
28 Its discussion of grand themes
29 Divina Commedia makes an epoch in civilization
30 Dante's life an epic
31 His exalted character
32 His posthumous influence
2 1300s GEOFFREY CHAUCER:
ENGLISH LIFE
1 1300s characteristics
2 Its great events & characters
3 State of society in England when Chaucer arose
4 His early life
5 His intimacy with John of Gaunt, great Duke of Lancaster
6 His prosperity
7 His poetry
8 Canterbury Tales
9 Their fidelity to Nature & English life
10 Connection of his poetry with formation of English Language
11 Pilgrims of Canterbury Tales
12 Chaucer's views of women & of love
13 His description of popular sports & amusements
14 1300s preponderance of country life
15 Chaucer's description of popular superstitions
16 Of ecclesiastical abuses
17 His emancipation from ideas of Middle Ages
18 Peculiarities of his poetry
19 Chaucer's private life
20 respect in which he was held
21 Influence of his poetry
3 CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS:
MARITIME DISCOVERIES
1 Marco Polo
2 His travels
3 geographical problems of fourteenth century
4 Sought to be solved by Christopher Columbus
5 difficulties he had to encounter
6 Regarded as visionary man
7 His persistence
8 Influence of women in great enterprises
9 Columbus introduced to Queen Isabella
10 Excuses for his opponents
11 Queen favors his projects
12 first voyage of Columbus
13 Its dangers
14 Discovery of Bahama Islands
15 Discovery of Cuba & Hispaniola
16 Columbus returns to Spain
17 excitement & enthusiasm produced by his discoveries
18 His second voyage
19 Extravagant expectations of Columbus
20 Disasters of colonists
21 Decline of popularity of Columbus
22 3rd voyage
23 arrest & disgrace
24 4th voyage
25 death
26 Greatness of his services
27 Results of his discoveries
28 Colonization
29 mines of Peru & Mexico
30 effects on Europe of rapid increase of precious metals
31 True sources of national wealth
32 destinies of America
33 Its true mission
4 SAVONAROLA:
UNSUCCESSFUL REFORMS
1 age of Savonarola
2 Revival of Classic Literature
3 Ecclesiastical corruptions
4 Religious apathy: awakened intelligence: infidel spirit
5 Youth of Savonarola
6 His piety
7 Begins to preach
8 His success at Florence
9 Peculiarities of his eloquence
10 Death of Lorenzo de' Medici
11 Savonarola as political leader
12 Denunciation of tyranny
13 His influence in giving constitution to Florentines
14 Difficulties of Constitution-making
15 His method of teaching political science
16 Peculiarities of new Rule
17 Its great wisdom
18 Savonarola as reformer
19 As moralist
20 Terrible denunciation of sin in high places
21 prophet of woe
22 Contrast between Savonarola & Luther
23 sermons of Savonarola
24 His marvellous eloquence
25 Its peculiarities
26 enemies of Savonarola
27 Savonarola persecuted
28 His appeal to Europe
29 people desert him
30 Months of torment
31 His martyrdom
32 His character
33 His posthumous influence
5 MICHAEL ANGELO:
REVIVAL OF ART
1 Michael Angelo as representative of reviving Art
2 Ennobling effects of Art when inspired by lofty sentiments
3 1500s Brilliancy of Art
4 Early life of Michael Angelo
5 His aptitude for Art
6 Patronized by Lorenzo de' Medici
7 Sculpture later in its development than Architecture
8 chief works of Michael Angelo as sculptor
9 peculiarity of his sculptures
10 Michael Angelo as painter
11 History of painting in Middle Ages
12 Da Vinci
13 frescos of Sistine Chapel
14 Last Judgment
15 cartoon of battle of Pisa
16 variety as well as moral grandeur of Michael Angelo's paintings
17 Ennobling influence of his works
18 His works as architect
19 St Peter's Church
20 Revival of Roman & Grecian Architecture
21 Contrasted with Gothic Architecture
22 Michael Angelo rescues beauties of Paganism
23 Not responsible for absurdities of Renaissance
24 Greatness of Michael Angelo as man
25 His industry, temperance, dignity of character, love of Art for Art's sake
26 His indifference to rewards & praises
27 His transcendent fame
6 MARTIN LUTHER:
PROTESTANT REFORMATION
1 Luther's predecessors
2 Corruptions of Church
3 Luther man for work of reform
4 His peculiarities
5 His early piety
6 Enters Monastery
7 His religious experience
8 Made Professor of Divinity at Wittenberg
9 Pope in great need of money to complete St Peter's
10 Indulgences: principles on which they were based
11 Luther, indignant, preaches Justification by Faith
12 His immense popularity
13 Grace cardinal principle of Reformation
14 Reformation began as religious movement
15 How defence of Luther's doctrine led to recognition of supreme authority of Scriptures
16 Public disputation at Leipsic between Luther & Eck
17 Connection between advocacy of Bible as supreme authority & right of private judgment
18 Religious liberty sequence of private judgment
19 Connection between religious & civil liberty
20 Contrast between Leo 1 & Luther
21 Luther as reformer
22 His boldness & popularity
23 He alarms Rome
24 His translation of Bible, his hymns, & other works
25 Summoned by imperial authority to Diet of Worms
26 His memorable defence
27 His immortal legacies
28 His death & character
7 IGNATIUS LOYOLA:
RISE & INFLUENCE OF JESUITS
1 counter-reformation effected by Jesuits
2 Picture of times: theological doctrines
3 Monastic Orders no longer available
4 Ignatius Loyola
5 His early life
6 Founds new order of Monks
7 Wonderful spread of Society of Jesus
8 Their efficient organization
9 Causes of success in general
10 Virtues & abilities of early Jesuits
11 Their devotion & bravery
12 Jesuit Missions
13 Veneration for Loyola: his "Spiritual Exercises"
14 Lainez
15 Singular obedience exacted of members of Society
16 Absolute power of General of Order
17 Voluntary submission of Jesuits to complete despotism
18 Jesuits adapt themselves to circumstances of society
19 Causes of decline of their influence
20 Corruption of most human institutions
21 Jesuits become rich & then corrupt
22 Ésprit de corps of Jesuits
23 Their doctrine of expediency
24 Their political intrigues
25 Persecution of Protestants
26 enemies they made
27 Madame de Pompadour
28 Suppression of Order
29 Their return to power
30 Reasons why Protestants fear & dislike them
 
 
 
4 1882 Atlantis Antediluvian World by Ignatius Loyola Donnelly 278,500W 1,114 16:54:28 464M
1 History of Atlantis, Purpose of Book
2 From Plato
3 Tale which was of great length
4 Probablility of Plato's Story
5 Was such a catastrophe possible
6 Testimony of Sea
7 Testimony of Flora & Fauna
8 Destrucrtion of Atlantis Described in Deluge Legends
9 Deluge of Bible
10 Deluge of Chaldeans
11 Deluge Legends of Other Nations
12 Rising of Population
13 In 1836
14 Some consideration of Delusge Legends
15 Civilization & Inheritence
16 Identity of Civilization, Plato, Tribes of South America
17 Customs
18 Evidence of American Intercourse with Europe
19 Corroborating Circumstances
20 Question of Complextion
21 Genesis Contains History of Atlantis
22 One of Most Marvelous Inventions
23 Origin of our Alphabet, Mayan Calendar
24 Bronze Age in Europe
25 Artificial Deformation of Skull
26 Traditions of Atlantis
27 Kings of Atlantis Become Gods of Greece
28 Kings of Atlantis Become Gods of Greece
29 Gods of Phoenecians also Kings of Atlantis
30 God Oden Woden Wotan
31 Pyramid, Cross & Garden of Eden
32 Pyramid, Cross & Garden of Eden let us look at question
33 Gold & Silver sacred metals of Atlantis
34 Central American & Mexican Colonies
35 Egyptian Colony
36 Colonies of Mississippi Valley
37 Iberian Colonies of Atlantis
38 Peruvian Colony
39 African Colonies
40 Irish Colonies From Atlantis
41 Oldest Son of Noah
42 Antiquity of Some of our Great Inventions
43 Aryan Colonies from Atlantis
44 Atlantis Reconstructed
 
6 1874 Modern History by JOHN LORD 214,868W 859 14:19
1 STATE OF EUROPEAN SOCIETY IN 15TH & 16TH CENTURIES
1 Revival of Arts
2 Influence of Feudalism
3 Effects of Scholasticism
4 Ecclesiastical Corruptions
5 Papal Infallibility
6 sale of Indulgences
7 Corruptions of Church
8 Necessity for Reform
2 MARTIN LUTHER & HIS ASSOCIATES
1 Early Life of Luther
2 Luther's Early Religious Struggles
3 95 Propositions
4 Erasmus
5 Melancthon
6 Leo 10
7 Leipsic Disputation
8 Principles of Leipsic Disputation
9 Rights of Private Judgment
10 Luther's Elements of Greatness
11 Excommunication of Luther
12 Diet of Worms
13 Imprisonment at Wartburg
14 Carlstadt
15 Thomas Münzer Ulric
16 Zwingle
17 Controversy between Luther & Zwingle
18 Diet of Augsburg
19 League of Smalcalde
20 Death & Character of Luther
3 EMPEROR CHARLES 5
1 Charles
2 1400s Spain & France
3 Wars between Charles & Francis
4 Diet of Spires
5 Hostilities between Charles & Francis
6 African War
7 Council of Trent
8 Treachery of Maurice
9 Captivity of Landgrave of Hesse
10 Heroism of Maurice
11 Misfortunes of Charles
12 Treaty of Passau
13 Character of Charles
4 HENRY 8
1 Rise of Absolute Monarchy
2 Henry 8
3 Rise of Cardinal Wolsey
4 Magnificence of Henry 8
5 Anne Boleyn
6 Queen Catharine
7 Disgrace & Death of Wolsey
8 More
9 Cranmer
10 Cromwell
11 Quarrel with Pope
12 Suppression of Monasteries
13 Execution of Anne Boleyn
14 Anne of Cleves
15 Catharine Howard
16 Last Days of Henry
17 Death of Henry
5 EDWARD 6 & MARY
1 War with Scotland
2 Rebellions & Discontents
3 Rivalry of great Nobles
4 Religious Reforms
5 Execution of Northumberland
6 Marriage of Queen
7 Religious Persecution
8 Character of Mary
9 Accession of Elizabeth
6 ELIZABETH
1 Mary, Queen of Scots
2 John Knox
3 Marriage of Mary
4 Darnley
5 Bothwell
6 Civil War in Scotland
7 Captivity of Queen Mary
8 Execution of Mary
9 Military Preparations of Philip 2
10 Spanish Armada
11 Irish Rebellion
12 Earl of Essex
13 Character of Elizabeth
14 Improvements made in Reign of Elizabeth
15 Reflections
7 FRANCIS 2, CHARLES 9, HENRY 3, & HENRY 4
1 Catharine de Medicis
2 Civil War in France
3 Massacre of St Bartholomew
4 Henry 3
5 Henry 4
6 Edict of Nantes
7 Improvements during Reign of Henry 4
8 Peace Scheme of Henry 4
9 Death of Henry 4
10 rance at Death of Henry 4
8 PHILIP 2 & AUSTRIAN PRINCES OF SPAIN
1 Bigotry of Philip 2
2 Revolt of Netherlands
3 Revolt of Moriscoes
4 Causes of Decline of Spanish Monarchy
5 Increase of Gold & Silver
6 Decline of Spanish Monarchy
9 1800s JESUITS, & PAPAL POWER
1 1600s Roman Power
2 Rise of Jesuits
3 Rapid Spread of Jesuits
4 Extraordinary Virtues of older Jesuits
5 Constitution of Jesuits
6 Degeneracy of Jesuits
7 Evils in Jesuit System
8 1600s Popes
9 Nepotism of Popes
10 1600s Rome
10 30 YEARS' WAR
1 Political Troubles after Death of Luther
2 Diet of Augsburg
3 Commencement of 30 Years War
4 Emperor Frederic
5 Count Wallenstein
6 Character of Wallenstein
7 Gustavus Adolphus
8 Loss of Magdeburg
9 Wallenstein reinstated in Power
10 Death of Gustavus Adolphus
11 Assassination of Wallenstein
12 Treaty of Westphalia
11 ADMINISTRATIONS OF CARDINALS RICHELIEU & MAZARIN
1 Regency of Mary de Medicis
2 Rise of Cardinal de Richelieu
3 Suppression of Huguenots
4 Depression of great Nobles
5 Power of Richelieu
6 Character of Richelieu
7 Effects of Richelieu's Policy
8 Richelieu's Policy
9 Cardinal de Retz
10 Prince of Condé
11 Power of Mazarin
12 Death of Mazarin
12 REIGNS OF JAMES 1 & CHARLES
1 Accession of James 1
2 Genius of Reign of James
3 Conspiracy of Sir Walter Raleigh
4 Gunpowder Plot
5 Persecution of Catholics
6 Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset
7 Greatness & Fall of Somerset
8 Duke of Buckingham
9 Lord Bacon
10 Trial & Execution of Raleigh
11 Encroachments of James
12 Quarrel between James & Parliament
13 Death of James
14 Struggle of Classes
15 Rise of Popular Power
16 Quarrel between King & Commons
17 Counsellors of Charles
18 Death of Buckingham
19 Petition of Right
20 Earl of Strafford
21 John Hampden
22 Insurrection in Scotland
23 Long Parliament
24 Rebellion of Ireland
25 Flight of King from London
26 Rise of Puritans
27 Original Difficulties & Differences
28 Persecution during Reign of Elizabeth
29 Archbishops Grindal & Whitgift
30 Persecution under James
31 Puritans in Exile
32 Troubles in Scotland
33 Peculiarities of Puritanism in England
34 Conflicts among Puritans
35 Character of Puritans
36 John Hampden
37 Oliver Cromwell
38 King at Oxford
39 Cromwell after Battle of Marston Moor
40 Enthusiasm of Independents
41 Battle of Naseby
42 Success of Parliamentary Army
43 Seizure of King
44 Triumph of Independents
45 Cromwell invades Scotland
46 Seizure of King 2nd Time
47 Trial of King
13 PROTECTORATE OF OLIVER CROMWELL
1 Storming of Drogheda & Wexford
2 Battle of Worcester
3 Policy of Cromwell
4 Rump Parliament
5 Dispersion of Parliament Cromwell assumes Protectorship
6 Dutch War
7 Cromwell rules without Parliament
8 Protectorate
9 Regal Government restored
14 REIGN OF CHARLES 2
1 Restoration
2 Great Public Rejoicings
3 Reaction to Revolutionary Principles
4 Excellencies in Charles's Government
5 Failure of Puritan Experiment
6 Repeal of Triennial Bill
7 Secret Alliance with Louis 14
8 Venality & Sycophancy of Parliament
9 Restrictions on Press
10 Habeas Corpus Act
11 Titus Oates
12 Oates's Revelations
13 Penal Laws against Catholics
14 Persecution of Dissenters
15 Execution of Russell & Sydney
16 Manners & Customs of England
17 Milton
18 Dryden
19 Condition of People of England
15 REIGN OF JAMES 2
1 Accession of James 2
2 Monmouth lands in England
3 Battle of Sedgemoor
4 Death of Monmouth
5 Brutality of Jeffreys
6 Persecution of Dissenters
7 George Fox
8 Persecution of Quakers
9 Despotic Power of James
10 Favor extended to Catholics
11 High Commission Court
12 Quarrel with Universities
13 Magdalen College
14 Prosecution of 7 Bishops
15 Tyranny & infatuation of James
16 Organized Opposition
17 William, Prince of Orange
18 Critical condition of James
19 Invasion of England by William
20 Flight of King
21 Consummation of Revolution
22 Declaration of Rights
16 LOUIS 14
1 Power & Resources of Louis
2 His Habits & Pleasures
3 His Military Ambition
4 William, Prince of Orange
5 Second Invasion of Holland
6 Dutch War
7 Madame de Montespan
8 Madame de Maintenon
9 League of Augsburg
10 Opposing Armies & Generals
11 War of Spanish Succession
12 Duke of Marlborough
13 Battle of Blenheim
14 Exertions & Necessities of Louis
15 Treaty of Utrecht
16 Last Days of Louis
17 His Character
17 WILLIAM & MARY
1 Irish Rebellion
2 King James in Ireland
3 Freedom of Press
4 Act of Settlement
5 Death of William 3
6 Character of William
7 Sir Isaac Newton & John Locke
8 Anne
9 Duke of Marlborough
10 Character of Marlborough
11 Whigs & Tories
12 Dr Henry Sacheverell
13 Union of Scotland & England
14 Duke of Hamilton
15 Wits of Queen Anne's Reign
16 Swift
17 Pope
18 Bolingbroke
19 Gay
20 Prior
21 Writers of Age of Queen Anne
18 PETER GREAT & RUSSIA
1 Early History of Russia
2 Tartar Conquest
3 Accession of Peter Great
4 Peter's Reforms
5 His War with Charles 12
6 Charles 12
7 Building of St Petersburg
8 New War with Sweden
9 War with Turks
10 Peter makes 2nd Tour
11 Elevation of Catharine
12 Early History of Sweden
13 Introduction of Christianity
14 Gustavus Vasa
15 Early Days of Charles 12
16 Charles's Heroism
17 His Misfortunes
18 His Return to Sweden
19 His Death
19 GEORGE 1 & ADMINISTRATION OF SIR ROBERT WALPOLE
1 Accession of George 1
2 Sir Robert Walpole
3 Pretender
4 Invasion of Scotland
5 South Sea Bubble
6 South Sea Company
7 Opposition of Walpole
8 Mania for Speculation
9 Bursting of South Sea Bubble
10 Enlightened policy of Walpole
11 East India Company
12 Resignation of Townshend
13 Unpopularity of Walpole
14 Decline of his power
15 John Wesley
16 Early life of Wesley
17 Whitefield
18 Institution of Wesley
19 Itinerancy
20 Great influence & power of Wesley
20 COLONIZATION OF AMERICA & EAST INDIES
1 Commercial Enterprise
2 Spanish Conquests & Settlements
3 Portuguese Discoveries
4 Portuguese Settlements
5 Early English Enterprise
6 Sir Walter Raleigh
7 London Company incorporated
8 Hardships of Virginia Colony
9 New Charter of London Company
10 Rapid Colonization
11 Indian Warfare
12 Governor Harvey
13 Arbitrary Policy of Charles 2
14 Settlement of New England
15 Arrival of Mayflower
16 Settlement of New Hampshire
17 Constitution of Colony
18 Doctrines of Puritans
19 Pequod War
20 Union of New England Colonies
21 William Penn
22 Settlement of New York
23 Conquest of New Netherlands
24 Discovery of St Lawrence
25 Jesuit Missionaries
26 Prosperity of English Colonies
27 French Encroachments
28 European Settlements in East
29 French Settlements in India
30 La Bourdonnais & Dupleix
31 Clive's Victories
32 Conquest of India
21 REIGN OF GEORGE 2
1 Pelhams
2 Pretender Charles Edward Stuart
3 Surrender of Edinburgh
4 Success of Pretender
5 Retreat of Pretender
6 Battle of Culloden
7 Latter Days of Pretender
8 Maria Theresa
9 Capture of Louisburg
10 Great Colonial Contest
11 Character of Duke of Newcastle
12 Unpopularity of Pelhams
13 Rise of William Pitt
14 Brilliant Military Successes
15 Military Successes in America
16 Victories of Clive in India
17 Resignation of Pitt
18 Peace of Paris
22 LOUIS 15
1 Regency of Duke of Orleans
2 John Law
3 Mississippi Company
4 Popular Delusion
5 Fatal Effects of Delusion
6 Administration of Cardinal Fleury
7 Cornelius Jansen
8 St Cyran
9 Arnauld
10 Le Maitre
11 Labors of Port Royalists
12 Principles of Jansenism
13 Functions of Parliament
14 Bull Unigenitus
15 Madame de Pompadour
16 Jesuits
17 Exposure of Jesuits
18 Their Expulsion from France
19 Suppression in Spain
20 Pope Clement 14
21 Death of Ganganelli
22 Death of Louis 15
23 FREDERIC GREAT
1 Frederic William
2 Accession of Frederic Great
3 7 Years' War
4 Battle of Rossbach
5 Battle of Leuthen
6 Fall of Dresden
7 Reverses of Frederic
8 Continued Disasters
9 Exhaustion of Prussia by War
10 Death of Frederic
11 Character of Frederic
24 MARIA THERESA & CATHARINE 2
1 Germanic Constitution
2 Hungarian War
3 Emperor Joseph
4 Accession of Maria Theresa
5 She institutes Reforms
6 Successors of Peter Great
7 Murder of Peter 3
8 Assassination, of Ivan
9 Death of Catharine
10 Her Character
25 CALAMITIES OF POLAND
1 Crown of Poland made elective
2 Election of Henry, Duke of Anjou
3 Sobieski assists Emperor Leopold
4 Liberum Veto
5 Fall of Poland
26 DECLINE OF OTTOMAN EMPIRE
1 Saracenic Empire
2 Rise of Turks
3 Turkish Conquerors
4 Progress of Turks
5 Decline of Turkish Power
6 Turkish Institutions
7 Turkish Character
27 REIGN OF GEORGE 3 TO ADMINISTRATION OF WILLIAM PITT
1 Military Successes in America
2 Prosecution of Wilkes
3 Churchill
4 Grafton's Administration
5 Popularity of Wilkes
6 Taxation of Colonies
7 Indignation of Colonies
8 Functions of Parliament
9 Stamp Act
10 Lord Chatham
11 Administration of Lord North
12 Irish Discontents
13 Protestant Association
14 Lord George Gordon's Riots
15 Parliamentary Reforms
28 AMERICAN REVOLUTION
1 Causes of Revolution
2 Riots & Disturbances
3 Duty on Tea
4 Port of Boston closed
5 Meeting of Congress
6 Speech of Burke
7 Battle of Bunker Hill
8 Death of Montgomery
9 Declaration of American Independence
10 Commissioners sent to France
11 Capture of Burgoyne
12 Moral Effects of Burgoyne's Capture
13 Arrival of La Fayette
14 Evacuation of Philadelphia
15 Treason of Arnold
16 Surrender of Lord Cornwallis
17 Resignation of Lord North
29 ADMINISTRATION OF WILLIAM PITT
1 William Pitt
2 Early Life of Pitt
3 Policy of Pitt
4 Difficulties with Ireland
5 United Irishmen
6 Union of England & Ireland
7 Condition of Ireland
8 Parliamentary Reform
9 Warren Hastings
10 War with Hyder Ali
11 Robbery of Princesses of Oude
12 Prosecution of Hastings
13 Edmund Burke
14 Charles James Fox
15 Richard Brinsley Sheridan
16 Bill for Regulation of India
17 War with Tippoo Saib
18 Conquest of India
19 Consequences of Conquest
20 War with France
21 Policy of Pitt
30 FRENCH REVOLUTION
1 Causes of French Revolution
2 Helvetius
3 Voltaire
4 Rousseau
5 Diderot
6 General Influence of Philosophers
7 Sufferings of People
8 Degradation of People
9 Derangement of Finances
10 Maurepas
11 Turgot
12 Malesherbes
13 Necker
14 Calonne
15 States General
16 Tiers État
17 Commotions
18 Rule of People
19 National Federation
20 Flight of King
21 Girondists & Jacobins
22 National Convention
23 Marat
24 Danton
25 Robespierre
26 General War
27 Reign of Terror
28 Death of Robespierre
29 New Constitution
30 Directory
31 NAPOLEON BONAPARTE
1 Character of Bonaparte
2 Early Days of Bonaparte
3 Early Services to Republic
4 Italian Campaign
5 Battle of Cape St Vincent
6 Conquest of Venice by Bonaparte
7 Invasion of Egypt
8 Siege of Acre
9 Reverses of French
10 Bonaparte 1st Consul
11 Immense Military Preparations
12 Reforms of Bonaparte
13 Code Napoléon
14 Bonaparte becomes Emperor of French
15 Meditated Invasion of England
16 Battle of Austerlitz
17 Battle of Jena
18 Bonaparte aggrandizes France
19 Aggrandizement of Bonaparte's Family
20 Peninsular War
21 Invasion of Russia
22 Battle of Smolensko
23 Retreat of French
24 Battles of Lutzen & Bautzen
25 Battle of Leipsic
26 Allied Powers invade France
27 Peace of Paris
28 Bonaparte escapes from Elba
29 Battle of Waterloo
30 Reflections on Napoleon's Fall
32 EUROPE ON FALL OF NAPOLEON
1 Remarkable Men of Genius
2 Condition of Germany
3 Condition of other Powers
4 United States of America
33 APPENDIX
1 Chronological Table, from Fall of Napoleon
2 Prime Ministers of England, from Accession of Henry 8
3 15 - 1700s Table of Monarchy of Europe
4 Genealogical Table of Royal Family of England
5 Genealogical Table of Bourbons
 
 
15 1922 Short History of World by Wells, H G (Herbert George) 122,732W 491 8:11
1 WORLD IN SPACE
2 WORLD IN TIME
3 BEGINNINGS OF LIFE
4 AGE OF FISHES
5 AGE OF COAL SWAMPS
6 AGE OF REPTILES
7 FIRST BIRDS & 1ST MAMMALS
8 AGE OF MAMMALS
9 MONKEYS, APES & SUB-MEN
10 NEANDERTHALER & RHODESIAN MAN
11 FIRST TRUE MEN
12 PRIMITIVE THOUGHT
13 BEGINNINGS OF CULTIVATION
14 PRIMITIVE NEOLITHIC CIVILIZATIONS
15 SUMERIA, EARLY EGYPT & WRITING
16 PRIMITIVE NOMADIC PEOPLES
17 FIRST SEA-GOING PEOPLES
18 EGYPT, BABYLON & ASSYRIA
19 PRIMITIVE ARYANS
20 LAST BABYLONIAN EMPIRE & EMPIRE OF DARIUS 1
21 EARLY HISTORY OF JEWS
22 PRIESTS & PROPHETS IN JUDEA
23 GREEKS
24 WARS OF GREEKS & PERSIANS
25 SPLENDOUR OF GREECE
26 EMPIRE OF ALEXANDER GREAT
27 MUSEUM & LIBRARY AT ALEXANDRIA
28 LIFE OF GAUTAMA BUDDHA
29 KING ASOKA
30 CONFUCIUS & LAO TSE
31 ROME COMES INTO HISTORY
32 ROME & CARTHAGE
33 GROWTH OF ROMAN EMPIRE
34 BETWEEN ROME & CHINA
35 COMMON MAN'S LIFE UNDER EARLY ROMAN EMPIRE
36 RELIGIOUS DEVELOPMENTS UNDER ROMAN EMPIRE
37 TEACHING OF JESUS
38 DEVELOPMENT OF DOCTRINAL CHRISTIANITY
39 BARBARIANS BREAK EMPIRE INTO EAST & WEST
40 HUNS & END OF WESTERN EMPIRE
41 BYZANTINE & SASSANID EMPIRES
42 DYNASTIES OF SUY & TANG IN CHINA
43 MUHAMMAD & ISLAM
44 GREAT DAYS OF ARABS
45 DEVELOPMENT OF LATIN CHRISTENDOM
46 CRUSADES & AGE OF PAPAL DOMINION
47 RECALCITRANT PRINCES & GREAT SCHISM
48 MONGOL CONQUESTS
49 INTELLECTUAL REVIVAL OF EUROPEANS
50 REFORMATION OF LATIN CHURCH
51 EMPEROR CHARLES 5
52 AGE OF POLITICAL EXPERIMENTS: OF GRAND MONARCHY & PARLIAMENTS & REPUBLICANISM IN EUROPE
53 NEW EMPIRES OF EUROPEANS IN ASIA & OVERSEAS
54 AMERICAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE
55 FRENCH REVOLUTION & RESTORATION OF MONARCHY IN FRANCE
56 UNEASY PEACE IN EUROPE THAT FOLLOWED FALL OF NAPOLEON
57 DEVELOPMENT OF MATERIAL KNOWLEDGE
58 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
59 DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN POLITICAL & SOCIAL IDEAS
60 EXPANSION OF UNITED STATES
61 RISE OF GERMANY TO PREDOMINANCE IN EUROPE
62 NEW OVERSEAS EMPIRES OF STEAMSHIP & RAILWAY
63 EUROPEAN AGGRESSION IN ASIA, & RISE OF JAPAN
64 1914 BRITISH EMPIRE
65 1914 - 18 GREAT WAR & AGE OF ARMAMENT IN EUROPE
66 REVOLUTION & FAMINE IN RUSSIA
67 POLITICAL & SOCIAL RECONSTRUCTION OF WORLD
68 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE
 
18 History Of Ancient Civilization by Seignobos, Charles 1854–1942 101,580W 407 6:47
1
1 Prehistoric Times Prehistoric archæology
2 Prehistoric remains: their antiquity
3 Prehistoric science
4 4 ages
5 Rough Stone Age Remains found in gravels
6 cave-men
7 Polished Stone Age Lake-villages
8 Megalithic monuments
9 Bronze Age Bronze
10 Bronze objects
11 Iron Age Iron
12 Iron weapons
13 Epochs of Iron Age
14 Conclusions: How four ages are to be conceived: uncertainties: solved questions
2
1 History & Documents History
2 Legends
3 History in general
4 Great divisions of history
5 Ancient history
6 Modern history
7 Middle Ages
8 Sources for History of Ancient Civilizations Books
9 Monuments
10 Inscriptions
11 Languages
12 Lacunæ
13 Races & Peoples Anthropology
14 races
15 Civilized peoples
16 Aryans & Semites
3
1 Egyptians Egypt
2 country
3 Nile
4 Fertility of soil
5 accounts of Herodotus
6 Champollion
7 Egyptologists
8 Discoveries
9 Egyptian Empire Antiquity of Egyptian people
10 Memphis & pyramids
11 Egyptian civilization
12 Thebes
13 Pharaoh
14 subjects
15 Despotism
16 Isolation of Egyptians
17 Religion of Egyptians gods
18 Osiris
19 Ammon-râ
20 Gods with animal heads
21 Sacred animals
22 bull Apis
23 Worship of dead
24 Judgment of soul
25 Mummies
26 Book of Dead
27 arts
28 Industry
29 Architecture
30 Tombs
31 Temples
32 Sculpture
33 Painting
34 Literature
35 Destinies of Egyptian civilization
4
1 Assyrians & Babylonians Chaldea
2 land
3 people
4 cities
5 Assyrians
6 Assyria
7 Origins
8 Ancient accounts
9 Modern discoveries
10 Inscriptions on bricks
11 Cuneiform writing
12 Assyrian people
13 king
14 Fall of Assyrian Empire
15 Babylonians 2nd Chaldean empire
16 Babylon
17 Tower of Babylon
18 Customs & Religion Customs
19 Religion
20 gods
21 Astrology
22 Sorcery
23 sciences
24 Arts Architecture
25 Palaces
26 Sculpture
5
1 Aryans of India Aryans
2 Aryan languages
3 Aryan people
4 Primitive Religion of Hindoos Aryans on Indus
5 Vedas
6 gods
7 Indra
8 Agni
9 cult
10 Worship of ancestors
11 Brahmanic Society Hindoos on Ganges
12 Castes
13 Impure
14 Brahmans
15 new religion of Brahma
16 Transmigration of souls
17 Character of this religion
18 rites
19 Purity
20 Penances
21 monks
22 Buddhism Buddha
23 Nirvana
24 Charity
25 Fraternity
26 Tolerance
27 Later history of Buddhism
28 Changes in Buddhism
29 Buddha transformed into god
30 Mechanical prayer
31 Amelioration of manners
6
1 Persians religion of Zoroaster
2 Iran
3 Iranians
4 Zoroaster
5 Zend-Avesta
6 Ormuzd & Ahriman
7 Angels & demons
8 Creatures of Ormuzd & Ahriman
9 cult
10 Morality
11 Funerals
12 Destiny of soul
13 Character of Mazdeism
14 Persian Empire Medes
15 Persians
16 Cyrus
17 inscription of Behistun
18 Persian empire
19 satrapies
20 Revenues of empire
21 Great King
22 Services rendered by Persians
23 Susa & Persepolis
24 Persian architecture
7
1 Phœnicians Phœnician people
2 land
3 cities
4 Phœnician ruins
5 Organization of Phœnician
6 Tyre
7 Carthage
8 Carthaginian army
9 Carthaginians
10 Phœnician religion
11 Phœnician Commerce Occupations of Phœnicians
12 Caravans
13 Marine commerce
14 Commodities
15 Secret kept by Phœnicians
16 Colonies
17 Influence of Phœnicians
18 alphabet
8
1 Hebrews Origin of Hebrew people
2 Bible
3 Hebrews
4 patriarchs
5 Israelites
6 call of Moses
7 Israel in desert
8 Promised Land
9 Religion of Israel One God
10 people of God
11 covenant
12 10 Commandments
13 Law
14 Religion constituted Jewish people
15 Empire of Israel Judges
16 Hangs
17 Jerusalem
18 tabernacle
19 temple
20 Prophets Disasters of Israel
21 Sentiments of Israelites
22 prophets
23 new teaching
24 Messiah
25 Jewish People Return to Jerusalem
26 Jews
27 synagogues
28 Destruction of temple
29 Jews after dispersion
9
1 Greece & Greeks country
2 sea
3 climate
4 Simplicity of Greek life
5 people
6 Origin of Greeks
7 Legends
8 Trojan War
9 Homeric Poems
10 Greeks at time of Homer
11 Dorians
12 Ionians
13 Hellenes
14 cities
15 Hellenes Beyond Sea Colonization
16 Character of colonies
17 Traditions touching colonies
18 Importance of Greek colonies
10
1 Greek Religion gods
2 Polytheism
3 Anthropomorphism
4 Mythology
5 Local gods
6 great gods
7 Attributes of gods
8 Olympus & Zeus
9 Morality of Greek mythology
10 Heroes Various sorts of heroes
11 Presence of heroes
12 Intervention of heroes
13 Worship Principle of cult of gods
14 great Feasts
15 sacred games
16 Omens
17 Oracles
18 Amphictyonies
11
1 Sparta People
2 Laconia
3 Helots
4 Periœci
5 Condition of Spartiates
6 Education children
7 girls
8 discipline
9 Laconism
10 Music
11 dance
12 Heroism of women
13 Institutions kings & council
14 ephors
15 army
16 hoplites
17 phalanx
18 Gymnastics
19 Athletes
20 Rôle of Spartiates
12
1 Athens Origins of Athenian people
2 Attica
3 Athens
4 revolutions in Athens
5 Reforms of Cleisthenes
6 Athenian People slaves
7 foreigners

8 citizens

9 Government assembly
10 courts
11 magistrates
12 Character of government
13 demagogues
14 Private Life Children
15 Marriage
16 Women
13
1 Wars Persian wars
2 Origin of these wars
3 Comparison of 2 adversaries
4 1st Persian war
5 2nd Persian war
6 Reasons for victory of Greeks
7 Results of wars
8 Wars of Greeks among Themselves Peloponnesian war
9 War with Sparta
10 Savage character of wars
11 Effects of these wars
14
1 Arts in Greece Athens in time of Pericles
2 Pericles
3 Athens & her monuments
4 Importance of Athens
5 Letters Orators
6 Sages
7 Sophists
8 Socrates & philosophers
9 chorus
10 Tragedy & comedy
11 Theatre
12 Arts Grecian temples
13 Characteristics of Grecian architecture
14 Sculpture
15 Pottery
16 Painting
15
1 Greeks in Orient Asia before Alexander
2 Decadence of Persian empire
3 Expedition of 10K
4 Agesilaus
5 Conquest of Asia by Alexander Macedon
6 Philip
7 Demosthenes
8 Macedonian supremacy
9 Alexander
10 phalanx
11 Departure of Alexander
12 Victories of Granicus, Issus, & Arbela
13 Death of Alexander
14 Projects of Alexander
15 Hellenes In Orient Dismemberment of empire of Alexander
16 Hellenistic kingdoms
17 Alexandria
18 Museum
19 Pergamum
16
1 Later Period of Greek History Decadence of cities
2 Rich & poor
3 Strife between rich & poor
4 Democracy & oligarchy
5 tyrants
6 Exhaustion of Greece
7 Roman Conquest leagues
8 allies of Romans
9 last struggles
10 Hellenes in Occident Influence of Greece on Rome
11 Architecture
12 Sculpture
13 Literature
14 Epicureans & Stoics
17
1 Ancient Peoples of Italy Etruscans
2 Etruria
3 Etruscan people
4 Etruscan tombs
5 Industry & commerce
6 Religion
7 augurs
8 Influence of Etruscans
9 Italian People Umbrians & Oscans
10 Sacred Spring
11 Samnites
12 Greeks of Italy
13 Latins & Romans Latins
14 Rome
15 Roma Quadrata & Capitol
18
1 Religion & Family Religion
2 Roman gods
3 Form of gods
4 Principle of Roman religion
5 Worship
6 Formalism
7 Prayer
8 Omens
9 priests
10 Worship of Ancestors dead
11 Worship of dead
12 Cult of hearth
13 Family Religion of family
14 Marriage
15 Women
16 Children
17 Father of family
19
1 Roman City Formation of Roman people
2 kings
3 Roman people
4 plebeians
5 Strife between patricians & plebeians
6 tribunes of plebs
7 Triumph of plebs
8 Roman People Right of citizenship
9 nobles
10 knights
11 plebs
12 Freedmen
13 Government of Republic comitia
14 Magistrates
15 Censors
16 Senate
17 course of offices
20
1 Roman Conquest Roman army
2 Military service
3 levy
4 Legions & allies
5 Military exercises
6 Camp
7 Order of battle
8 Discipline
9 Colonies & military roads
10 Character of Conquests War
11 Conquest of Italy
12 Punic wars
13 Hannibal
14 Conquest of Orient
15 Conquest of barbarian lands
16 triumph
17 Booty
18 Allies of Rome
19 Motives of conquest
20 Results of Conquests Empire of Roman people
21 public domain
22 Agrarian laws
21
1 Conquered Peoples provincials
2 Provinces
3 proconsuls
4 Tyranny & oppression of proconsuls
5 publicans
6 Bankers
7 Defencelessness of provincials
8 Slavery Sale of slaves
9 Condition of slaves
10 Number of slaves
11 Urban slaves
12 Rural slaves
13 Treatment of slaves
14 Ergastulum & mill
15 Character of slaves
16 Revolts
17 Admission to citizenship
22
1 Transformation of Life in Rome Influence of Greece & Orient
2 Changes in Religion Greek gods
3 Bacchanals
4 Superstitions of Orient
5 Sceptics
6 Changes in Manners old customs
7 Cato Elder
8 new manners
9 Oriental luxury
10 Greek humanity
11 Lucullus
12 new education
13 New status of women
14 Divorce
23
1 Fall of Republic Causes of decadence
2 Destruction of peasant class
3 city plebs
4 Electoral corruption
5 Corruption of Senate
6 Corruption of army
7 Revolution Necessity of revolution
8 Civil wars
9 Gracchi
10 Marius & Sulla
11 Pompey & Cæsar
12 End of Republic
13 Need of peace
14 Power of individual
24
1 Empire at its Height 12 Cæsars
2 emperor
3 Apotheosis
4 Senate & people
5 prætorians
6 Freedmen of emperors
7 Despotism & disorder
8 Century of Antonines Marcus Aurelius
9 Conquests of Antonines
10 Imperial Institutions Extent of empire in 2nd century
11 Permanent army
12 Deputies & agents of emperor
13 Municipal life
14 Imperial regime
15 Social Life Under Empire continued decadence at Rome
16 shows
17 Theatre
18 Circus
19 Amphitheatre
20 Gladiators
21 Roman peace
22 Fusion of peoples
23 Superstitions
25
1 Arts & Sciences in Rome Letters
2 Imitation of Greeks
3 Augustan Age
4 Orators & rhetoricians
5 Importance of Latin literature & language
6 Arts
7 Sculpture & painting
8 Architecture
9 Characteristics of Roman architecture
10 Rome & its monuments
11 Roman Law 12 Tables
12 Symbolic process
13 Formalism
14 Jurisprudence
15 prætor's edict
16 Civil law & law of nations
17 Written reason
26
1 Christian Religion Origin of Christianity
2 Christ
3 Charity
4 Equality
5 Poverty & humility
6 kingdom of God
7 First Centuries of Church Disciples & apostles
8 church
9 Sacred books
10 Persecutions
11 Martyrs
12 Catacombs
13 Monks of 3rd Century Solitaries
14 Asceticism
15 Cenobites
27
1 Later Empire revolutions of 3rd century
2 Military anarchy
3 Worship of Mithra
4 Taurobolia
5 Confusion of religions
6 Regime of Later Empire Reforms of Diocletian & Constantine
7 Constantinople
8 palace
9 officials
10 Society of later empire
11 Church & State Triumph of Christianity
12 Organization of church
13 Councils
14 Heretics
15 Paganism
16 Theodosius
 
 
 
9 1901 History of Dogma, Volume 1 by Harnack, Adolf von 162,844W 651 10:51
1 PROLEGOMENA TO STUDY OF HISTORY OF DOGMA
1 Idea & Task of History of Dogma
1 Definition
2 Limits & Divisions
3 Dogma & Theology
4 Factors in formation of Dogma
5 Explanation as to conception & task of History of Dogma
2 History of History of Dogma
1 Early, Mediæval, & Roman Catholic Church
2 Reformers & 17th Century
3 Mosheim, Walch, Ernesti
4 Lessing, Semler, Lange, Münscher, Baumgarten-Crusius, Meier
5 Baur, Neander, Kliefoth, Thomasius, Nitzsch, Ritschl, Renan, Loofs
 
 
 
2 PRESUPPOSITIONS OF HISTORY OF DOGMA
1 Introductory
1 Gospel & Old Testament
2 Detachment of Christians from Jewish Church
3 Church & Græco-Roman World
4 Greek spirit an element of Ecclesiastical Doctrine of Faith
5 Elements connecting Primitive Christianity & growing Catholic Church
6 Presuppositions of origin of Apostolic Catholic Doctrine of Faith
2 Gospel of Jesus Christ according to His own Testimony concerning Himself
1 undamental Features
2 Details
3 Supplements
4 Literature
3 Common Preaching concerning Jesus Christ in 1st generation of believers
1 General Outline
2 faith of 1st Disciples
3 beginnings of Christology
4 Conceptions of Work of Jesus
5 Belief in Resurrection
6 Righteousness & Law, Paul
7 Self-consciousness of being Church of God
8 Supplement 1 Universalism
9 Supplement 2 Questions as to value of Law: four main tendencies at close of Apostolic Age
10 Supplement 3 Pauline Theology
11 Supplement 4 Johannine Writings
12 Supplement 5 Authorities in Church
4 current Exposition of Old Testament & Jewish hopes of future in their significance for Earliest types of Christian preaching
1 Rabbinical & Exegetical Methods
2 Jewish Apocalyptic literature
3 Mythologies & poetical ideas, notions of pre-existence & their application to Messiah
4 limits of explicable
5 Literature
6 Philo
7 Hermeneutic principles of Philo
5 religious dispositions of Greeks & Romans in 1st 2 centuries, & current Græco-Roman philosophy of religion
1 new religious needs & old worship
2 System of associations, & Empire
3 Philosophy & its acquisitions
4 Platonic & Stoic Elements in philosophy of religion
5 Greek culture & Roman ideas in Church
6 Empire & philosophic schools: Cynics
7 Literature
3 SUPPLEMENTARY
1 twofold conception of blessing of Salvation in its significance for following period
2 Obscurity in origin of most important Christian ideas & Ecclesiastical forms
3 Significance of Pauline theology for legitimising & reformation of doctrine of Church in following period
 
 
 
 
4 DIVISION 1 GENESIS OF ECCLESIASTICAL DOGMA, OR GENESIS OF CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC DOGMATIC THEOLOGY,